Dereck Chisora stand zuvor bereits zweimal als Gegner von Wladimir Klitschko fest, und durch den Sieg über ihn könnte Tyson Fury bald in. Tyson Fury hat das Schwergewichts-Duell gegen Dereck Chisora für sich entschieden und gilt nun beim Weltverband WBO als Pflichtherausforderer für. Tyson Fury hat eine große Klappe, steht auf Jesus und will Wladimir Klitschko schlagen. Ein Kampf köntne im September steigen.
Tyson Fury boxt konditionsschwachen Chisora ausBoxprofi Tyson Fury hat den Kampf um die Schwergewichts-Europameisterschaft gegen Dereck Chisora in London souverän gewonnen und kann nun. Kubrat Pulew ist Schwergewichts-Europameister. Der Bulgare besiegt den Briten Dereck Chisora. Der Verlierer hadert mit dem Ringrichter. Dereck Chisora stand zuvor bereits zweimal als Gegner von Wladimir Klitschko fest, und durch den Sieg über ihn könnte Tyson Fury bald in.
Tyson Fury Chisora It is hard to land a clean shot on George, similar to Fury. VideoTyson Fury vs Dereck Chisora II Full Fight Tyson Fury hat eine große Klappe, steht auf Jesus und will Wladimir Klitschko schlagen. Ein Kampf köntne im September steigen. Chisora war chancenlos und verlor diesmal sogar vorzeitig. Ende Februar boxte er gegen Christian Hammer. Hammer musste zu Boden, hatte zu keinem. Kubrat Pulew ist Schwergewichts-Europameister. Der Bulgare besiegt den Briten Dereck Chisora. Der Verlierer hadert mit dem Ringrichter. Tyson Fury hat das Schwergewichts-Duell gegen Dereck Chisora für sich entschieden und gilt nun beim Weltverband WBO als Pflichtherausforderer für.
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Wladimir Klitschko vs. Sky Sports Box Office. Chisora — who was beaten by Oleksandr Usyk in a thrilling fight on Saturday night — knows both fighters and sent a message to Wilder telling him to stop making excuses and get back in the ring.
Just get back in the ring. This is the fight game. You lost the fight. He is a perfectionist. Charles: The reports that came back from Vegas told me that George did very well.
A young professional is always in awe of the world champion. But I heard George held his own, and learned how to be. Charles: Definitely. As a coach, I know that a lot of emphasis is put on power.
That's because people want to see knockouts. Sometimes somebody knocks everybody out then, when a real test comes, they fail miserably because they got carried away.
I realised a long time ago that George isn't a three or four-round fighter. So he will be a better pro than an amateur. The emphasis for us?
He hardly ever gets hit. It is hard to land a clean shot on George, similar to Fury. Fury stopped a few people at the start of his career but he wasn't a knockout specialist.
Chisora was warned by referee Marcus McDonnell in the first round. After a period of eight months without a fight since his defeat to Fury, Chisora won five fights in five months against low ranked European opponents, helping set up a fight for the recently vacated European heavyweight title against highly ranked Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev in Hamburg on 7 May The bout was also an eliminator for the IBF heavyweight title.
Chisora made a comeback in Sweden on 10 September against Bosnian boxer Drazan Janjanin and scored a second-round knockout victory following a body shot.
Although Janjanin beat the count, the referee waved the fight off. Terms were finally agreed for a fight between Chisora and British heavyweight champion Dillian Whyte to fight in a WBC title eliminator for Whyte's British heavyweight title.
The fight took place in Manchester on the undercard of the Anthony Joshua vs. The hype continued through to the press conference on 7 December when, following Whyte's comment that he'd attack Chisora anytime he would see him after the fight, Chisora picked up the table he was sitting at and threw it towards Whyte, just missing everyone in the way which included the promoters and trainers.
Chisora lost the fight by split decision with two judges scoring the fight — and — for Whyte and one scoring — in favour of Chisora. Whyte was hurt a number of times in the fight by Chisora in the eighth, tenth and twelfth rounds.
On two occasions in the twelfth, Whyte was knocked off balance by Chisora after being hit with huge shots to the head. Post fight, Whyte stated he would not give Chisora a rematch, only to change his mind later to say the potential was there.
The same arena they fought at when Helenius won a controversial split decision in December A purse bid deadline was set for 21 January , but no progress was made.
There was no specific reason given by promoter Nisse Sauerland as to why the fight had been postponed. On pursuing a rematch with Dillian Whyte, on 31 August , Chisora announced that he had split with promoter Team Sauerland, but re-signed with manager Steve Goodwin.
Hearn believed if Chisora could win two fights by the end of the year, possibly winning the European title in the process, he would have a good case to fight Whyte again.
Hearn said, "You know what you are going to get with 'Del Boy', plenty of drama and a load of heart. He will return to action in Liverpool and challenge for the European title in November.
We will work towards a Whyte rematch for early next year. It's a fight that I think boxing needs to see again. The fight was scheduled for 6 and ended in round 5 when the referee had seen enough, giving Chisora the win via TKO.
Filipovic had two points deducted for holding on occasions, which was done to prolong the fight. Chisora explained that he had the power to put his opponent away, but wanted to enjoy the fight.
One judge scored the fight a — draw, whilst the remaining two judges' scored the fight — and — for Kabayel, giving Chisora his 8th professional loss.
He became more active after round 6, but failed to bustle the attack on Kabayel, who moved well with his feet. Kabayel also used quick combinations and jabs to win many of the rounds.
I always bounce back so I'm not worried. Lucas Browne , which would also take place at the O2 Arena.
Chisora later stated if the money was right, he would fight Joyce on the Tony Bellew vs. David Haye II card on 5 May The fight was then stopped by referee Robert Williams after Azzouzi struggled to get to his feet.
The official time of the stoppage was at of round 2. Prior to calling them over, Chisora referred to Joyce as a Chihuahua. Chisora then told Haye to not mention his name again.
Okay, we understand. After a month of speculation, on 15 June , a fight between Chisora and former world title challenger Carlos Takam was finally announced to take place at the O2 Arena in London on 28 July , with the bout taking place on the undercard of Dillian Whyte vs.
Joseph Parker on Sky Box Office. Chisora began to take more punishment as the fight progressed and fell clearly behind on the scorecards.
At one point in round 6, referee Howard Foster was looking at possibly stopping the fight with Chisora taking shots against the ropes. By round 7, Takam was landing the better shots and looked to be on his way to an eventual stoppage win; however in round 8, Chisora connected with a big right hand to Takam's head, sending him to the canvas.
Takam made it unsteadily to his feet and the fight resumed only for Chisora to immediately land an identical punch and drop Takam a second time. Foster then stopped the fight with 1 minute remaining in the round.
Promoter Hearn and pundits in the arena stated he had made his way back into the heavyweight title mix. Chisora rematch. After hearing this, Chisora came out saying 'No one wants to see that [Whyte-Ortiz]', that he was 'the Money Man' and Whyte should fight him if he wants to earn more money.
On 17 October, it was reported that Chisora had hired former rival David Haye as his new manager. The news came as a shock as both Chisora and Haye had been rivals since before they had their grudge match in and in early were involved in broken down talks when Haye tried to persuade Chisora to fight his boxer Joe Joyce.
Both Haye and Chisora sat down in the Sky studios and talked about their relationship, explaining how they came to a deal.
Chisora lost the fight via KO in the eleventh round. At the time of stoppage, two judges had Chisora ahead 95—94 and one judge had Whyte ahead 95— On 20 April , as the co-main event to Dave Allen vs.
Lucas Browne , Chisora in his first bout under new trainer Dave Coldwell, won a comfortable unanimous points decision on the judges' scorecards, which read 99—91, —90, and —91 against year-old German boxer Senad Gashi , after 10 far from entertaining rounds against an opponent who frustrated the Briton with his elusive style at The O2 Arena.
Gashi, who suffered the third defeat of his fight professional career which included 17 early knockouts in 17 victories, switched southpaw from the opening bell, landed an effective counter punch in the second but Chisora connected with a good body shot in the third and took control of the fight.
Chisora continued to be the aggressor throughout but his opponent survived to the end of the contest. On 13 June , a fight between Chisora and former world title challenger Artur Szpilka was announced to take place at the O2 Arena in London on 20 July , with the bout taking place on the undercard of Dillian Whyte vs.
Chisora produced a ruthless display and defeated Szpilka via 2nd Round KO. In his interview outside the ring he stated that he wanted to fight Joseph Parker next.
On 1 October Parker pulled out of the fight due to illness. Chisora pressured Price from the start of the contest and floored his opponent in the fourth round as the fight was called to a halt following the Price corner throwing in the towel.
Usyk used his superior footwork and stamina to wear down Chisora, who became worn and exhausted later on in the fight, struggling to keep up with Usyk.
In November , Chisora was found guilty of assaulting his then-girlfriend after finding text messages from another man on her phone. He narrowly escaped being sent to prison, and was given a week sentence suspended for two years.
The court was told that the fighter also had previous convictions for public order offences, assaulting a police officer and possession of an offensive weapon.
In September , it was reported that Chisora was driving without a valid driving licence, insurance and MOT certificate.
After initially being given six points, which would mean a six-month driving ban, Chisora since appealed the ban blaming his insurance broker. A date of 10 October was set for the hearing.
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