Chisora ​​will continue his career. Hearn voiced options for a veteran – you’ll like it


Over the weekend in London (UK), local veteran heavyweight Derek Chisora ​​(33-13, 23 KOs) attempted to take the WBC title from compatriot champion Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs), but capitulated in the 10th round .

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The loser is not going to retire. Promoter Eddie HearnMatchroom Boxing) already
discusses all possible options for a popular veteran: “Chisora ​​can come back to us and meet Zhang Zhilei, or Filip Hrgovic, or Fabio Wardley. It’s up to him to decide. Moreover, Chisora ​​has made good money in recent years. We love and appreciate Derek very much. I think now is the perfect moment for him to hang up his gloves.”

Hearn was tight-lipped about the confrontation itself: “Fury was a little dirty. He held Chisora’s hands, leaned on him with his whole mass. But Derek is a damn brave man. He wasn’t going to stop.”

And here is the opinion of Lennox Lewis about this fight. Immediately after the defeat, Chisora ​​replied that he was thinking about the referee’s go-ahead in the fight with Fury.