Via Charles Brun: Dereck ‘War’ Chisora is urging former WBC heavyweight champion Deontay ‘The Bronze Bomber’ Wilder to give him a chance to face him in the USA in Las Vegas before he retires from the sport . Chisora is almost like him BEGIN Wilder to fight him, and it’s very, very sad.
The chance for Wilder to accept Chisora’s challenge was nil.
There was no point in Wilder fighting an old man who had lost his last three battles like Chisora.
As most would agree, Chisora offers very little possibility for Wilder, other than that his England fans will be eager to watch them fight.
U.S. boxing fans don’t consider journeyman Chisora with 12 losses in his career to be a relevant boxer and someone they would eagerly watch as an opponent of Deontay or any other. any high-level heavyweights in the league.
It’s unclear what happened to Eddie Hearn’s plan to confront Chisora Luis Ortiz or Chris Arreola next.
Hearn reveals that those are the people he is looking to fight Chisora with next, but even those warriors are said to be a step too far for him.
Chisora wants to “Taste” Deontay’s “Strength”
Chisora would be better off against British domestic heavyweight Johnny Fisher or Allen Babic. Those are entertainer-type heavyweights in the same mold as Chisora, but not world class.
Right now, Chisora seemed necessary to call Wilder, and it was disheartening to see him stooping to this extent.
“I’m a huge fan of Bronze Bombers, but before you hang them up, man, let me taste that power, baby,” Dereck ‘War’ Chisora said to Secondsout in urging Deontay Wilder to fight him before he retired.
“I want to go to America and have a fight with you, brother,” continued Chisora about her desire to share the ring with Deontay 6’7 ″.
Wilder, 36, recently said in an interview that he will be taking a mental trip to decide whether to continue his 14-year professional career. After three controversial fights with Tyson Fury, which Wilder may have won all of, he The bitterness is understandable.
Deontay witnessed a lot of cheating in boxing, which took away much of the fun he used to have with the sport.
He knocked Fury out in the first fight of round 12, only to watch the referee count while Tyson passed out on the tarp.
In the 2020 rematch, Fury was hit by multiple rabbits that could lead to disqualification if the referee chooses to enforce the rule.
Finally, in the Fury-Wilder trilogy last October, Wilder defeated Fury in the fourth round, and some fans considered it a long count.
38-year-old Chisora (32-12, 23 KOs) has lost her last three matches and looked lousy in a one-sided loss to Joseph Parker on December 18 in Manchester, England. Chisora was knocked out three times by former WBO heavyweight champion Parker.
Perhaps the only reason Dereck didn’t get knocked out was because of how timid Parker was each time he injured him.
However, promoter Eddie Hearn believes a matchup with Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs) is possible.
“Shake it, baby. You know, I want to taste that power. People always say him [Wilder] have power,” said Chisora. “But you know what I don’t think so. If you receive this message, let me know.”
It seems unrealistic for Wilder to choose to fight a giddy like Chisora rather than someone as talented, relevant, and demanded by the boxing public.
Chisora’s career is going downhill at this point after three consecutive defeats. I mean, the last time he won a match was three years ago when David Price washed up in 2019.
Looks pretty bad for Chisora, so he needs to stay in his lane and pick a laner-level opponent instead of picking an opponent he has no hope of defeating.
“Vegas or you go to Wembley, baby. I brought it to him. War. That’s it,” Chisora, 38, said with despair.