Chisora ​​rode Wilder hard: “What the hell did you forget in the ring?”


Age British slugger heavyweight Derek Chisora ​​(33-12, 23 KOs) claims that he wanted to enter the ring against former US champion Deontay Wilder (43-2-1, 42 KOs), but he was told that “he is not in plans” of the knockout.

In December, Chisora ​​will try to take away the WBC belt from the favorite-champion compatriot Tyson Fury, who already has two wins over Derek and Deontay.

Wilder, after two consecutive defeats to Fury, was close to ending his career, but decided to return to boxing. In October, he knocked out the age-old Finnish big man Robert Helenius in the starting round, after which he made a very emotional and touching speech.

Chisore all this is not for
like: “He refused to fight me and then finished off some white guy (in fact, Derek knows Helenius well – they met in 2011, the Finn was given a controversial victory). And he didn’t even beat him, his sparring partner, but simply pushed him away. Wilder?.. I think he is really very emotional. It seems to me that the fights with Fury did not go unnoticed for him. Well, you know… You tell him, “Hi, Deontay.” And he begins to sob uncontrollably in the report.

“If you have such problems, then what the fuck did you forget in the ring? Yoo*ok, you enter the ring with only one purpose – to earn dough. It’s a gladiator sport, motherfucker! If you can’t act like a man, don’t get in the ring. I think that if people have such solid emotional problems, then they should not fight. If they are afraid to harm the opponent, then let them sit at home. If you don’t like what you’re doing, hang up your gloves, live your life. What’s wrong with them? They are just pussies,” Chisora ​​said.

Derek doesn’t like being asked about his retirement, but journalists ask this question all the time. During the interview, Chisora ​​was slightly surprised by the answer: “God will tell me when the time comes to end my career…”

Meanwhile, Fury also surprised with an emotional speech: “I’m worn out like an old jalopy with a range of 400 thousand km.” This is far from the only confession Tyson made last week: “I lay there and thought: now I’m going to die.”