Chisora ​​is not going to retire after Fury: “No, no, no, fak z shit!”


Former two-time WBC heavyweight title challenger Derek Chisora ​​(33-13, 23 KOs) has said he is not going to announce his retirement after a beating and early loss in his third fight against champion Tyson Fury.

“No, no, no, not yet. Not yet. No. Fuck that shit,” Chisora ​​said in an interview.
Seconds Out. – On my way. Where it will lead, I don’t know. Let’s see”.

The veteran matero went on to say that “you can’t make decisions right now.”

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“For this, you need to take a time out, relax, rest and see how I feel,” Derek summed up reasonably.

In the same interview, Chisora ​​said that he thought about the referee’s go-ahead in the fight with Fury.

After this fight, there was a risk that Fury and Usyk would have to be postponed.