Chisora Wants To Fight Joshua v Whyte

Chisora Wants To Fight Joshua v Whyte Winner

Published On December 9, 2015 | By Niall Doran | Press Releases

Dereck ‘Delboy’ Chisora will make a surprise appearance on this Saturday’s Sky Box Office card

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Dereck Chisora has replaced Josh Warrington on the bumper bill at The O2 on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports Box Office – and he’s hunting the winner of the British and Commonwealth Heavyweight title clash between Anthony Joshua MBE and Dereck Chisora.

‘Del Boy’ returned landed a 23rd pro win on Saturday night in Hamburg, registering a 15th stoppage win in his first fight with new promoters Sauerland. The Finchley man gets straight back into action in London this weekend and is looking to regain the titles he held in 2010 and replaces Warrington has been forced out of his fight with a virus.

Chisora is part of a massive night of action, topped by Anthony Joshua MBE taking on bitter rival Dillian Whyte for the British and Commonwealth Heavyweight titles.

Chris Eubank Jr and Spike O’Sullivan meet in a final eliminator for the WBA World Middleweight title, Kevin Mitchell meets Ismael Barroso for the WBA Interim Lightweight title with the winner facing newly crowned WBA supremo Anthony Crolla, Tony Bellew faces Mateusz Masternak for the vacant European Cruiserweight title, Joshua’s fellow Olympic gold medal hero Luke Campbell MBE defends his WBC International Lightweight title against Yvan Mendy and Paulie Malignaggi challenges Antonio Moscatiello for the EU Welterweight title.

(Image credit: Sky Sports)

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