Dillian Whyte could turn to Dereck Chisora rematch for December fight | Boxing


Dillian Whyte may flip to a well-recognized foe this winter.

“The Physique Snatcher’” (24-1, 17 KOs) has mentioned he would love a rematch towards Dereck Chisora as he seems to be for an opponent for December to get him ready for a possible showdown with heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.

“I’d like to struggle Derek Chisora, as this time I’d cease him,” Whyte mentioned by way of Sky Sports activities. “That struggle was humorous — it was my first 12-rounder and Derek was already British champion. I keep in mind from sparring that he’d come on late within the later rounds.

“I used to be inexperienced. I attempted to struggle him and go away a little bit of power for the later rounds and, even then, I used to be fitter than him within the later rounds. This time it will be a chunk of cake.”

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In December 2016 Whyte confronted Chisora on the Manchester Area on the Joshua vs. Eric Molina undercard in what was meant to be an eliminator for the WBC world heavyweight title held by Deontay Wilder. The struggle was completely balanced with each males going toe-to-toe in an exhilarating slugfest that went the gap. Each males had been in bother at numerous factors throughout the grudge match however neither fighter may land the knockout blow.

Whyte received the bout by way of a contentious 115-113 115-114, 113-115 spit choice with many ring facet having the struggle in Chisora’s favor, who was cheered as he left the ring.

30-year-old Whyte, who holds the WBC Silver and WBO Worldwide heavyweight titles, wants a giant identify to face in December to be able to construct up his rematch towards Joshua and has regarded to former opponent Dereck Chisora in addition to Dominic Breazeale and Jarrell “Huge Child” Miller.

Chisora, 34, claims to be a modified man since discovering God, however a rematch should maintain all of the animosity and resentment from the earlier conflict. Throughout the buildup to the struggle, there was an ill-tempered press convention the place Whyte hit a nerve inflicting Chisora to choose up a desk and throw it within the course of Whyte, which led to the BBBofC revoking the Lonsdale Belt for the conflict which was held by Whyte.

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Chisora was given a two-year suspension and was fined £25,000 ($32,000) and ordered to pay £5,000 ($6,400) in damages.

In Whyte’s final struggle he beat former WBO champion Joseph Parker by way of a unanimous choice in July on the O2 Area in London, England. On the undercard, Chisora went up towards Carlos Takam successful the battle of the arduous hitters by way of an eighth-round TKO.

“He fought very properly. He dropped Parker, he brutalised Parker,” Chisora’s coach Don Charles mentioned on Whyte’s victory over Parker. “Typically you have to win ugly. He received ugly, however he received, that is the principle factor.”

“That match between Dereck and Dillian, in my view that ought to occur,” Charles continued. “I do not suppose Dillian has many choices due to the Anthony Joshua-Deontay Wilder state of affairs. The pure struggle proper now for the British viewers, for everyone is Chisora-Whyte II in my view. The winner then deserves to get a shot at both Wilder or Joshua.”


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