I saw Chisora/Fury 2. It was more that Chisora was completely and utterly outclassed than anything else (as well as perhaps being in poor form, not that Chisora was going to beat that version of Fury regardless of the form he was in). Fury is a big enough puncher that it doesn't prevent him from being very good, but in certain matchups it could be a real detriment. Vitali/Chisora wasn't really a back and forth fight, either. It was an old broken down version of Vitali and it was a very one sided fight. I do actually think Fury is a fairly gifted boxer (and actually a very gifted athlete for a man his size), but it's hard to look into the future and expect great things from someone with his temperament outside of the ring. He reminds me a bit of Tony Tubbs as a fighter. Problems outside the ring, questionable discipline, but a really skilled boxer when he actually puts things together.