Parker Would Like To See Chisora Retire, Chisora Plans To Combat Subsequent Summer time


Last Saturday night in Manchester, heavyweight contender Derek Chisora ​​lived up to his nickname when he went to war against former WBO world champion Joseph Parker.

In May, Chisora ​​dropped Parker in the opening seconds of the first lap and ended up being left with a split decision loss of twelve laps.

In the rematch, Chisora ​​was dropped three times and suffered a lot of punishment in a twelve-round decisive defeat. It was the twelfth loss in Chisora’s long career.

Over the years Chisora ​​has suffered some very heavy losses to Tyson Fury (twice), Dillian Whyte (twice) and David Haye.

However, there were several bouts in which Chisora ​​was arguably considered the rightful victor by most observers – against Robert Helenius, the first fight with Whyte, and even the close fight with Kubrat Pulev.

After the loss, 37-year-old Chisora ​​declined the idea of ​​retirement by saying, “F — retirement. I’ll be back in the summer.”

Parker, 29, has great respect for the British veteran and would rather see him walk into the sunset.

“Derek always comes for the war, he was a tough guy and never stopped coming forward to the end. I felt a lot stronger. It was important to start strong and not be negative from the start. You see , there are improvements to be made, ”said Parker.

“Derek Chisora ​​is an honor for boxing. The crowd went crazy when he went out. They just want to support him. Personally, I would like to see him go. He gave boxing his all but that’s his choice.” “



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