Dillian Whyte beats Dereck Chisora

Dereck Chisora and Dillian Whyte produced a memorable heavyweight clash, but this time in an Internet contest.

The British fighters, who previously met each other twice at the professional ring, started another verbal war.

Whyte is the winner again in this “trilogy fight”, because he earned a title shot against Tyson Fury and no one wants to fight Chisora.

“No one wants to fight you, you have 1000 defeats”, laughs Dillian.

In their first bout he earned a split decision after 12 rounds of high-grade brawling (114-115, 115-113, 115-114).

They produced a memorable fight night.

“I don’t think you’ll see a better heavyweight 12-round contest anywhere in the world. If the main event didn’t happen tonight I don’t think anyone would be disappointed because what we have just witnessed was as good as it’s going to get.”

“That has taken me back to the Ali days, the Frazier days. I’ve not seen a heavyweight fight like that for 20 years. What a contest!”, said boxing experts.

In the rematch Whyte knocked out Chisora cold with brutal left hook.


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