We have a weekend ahead of us in which Oleksandr Usyk and Dereck Chisora will play a big heavyweight boxing match. It is great primarily because the UK will follow this rehearsal with great care, but it is also very important for the career of the Ukrainian, who intends to dominate the heavyweight category as he did in the lightweight.
Until the situation between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury is clarified, Usyk should have enough time to become the one that fans want to watch against the (then perhaps already absolute) champion. But before that, he has to defeat veteran Dereck Chisora who comes to afford him something he hasn’t encountered before.
The 36-year-old Chisora (32-9, 23 KOs) has been performing at a high level for a long time and can endanger anyone. Plus, when he's in the ring, the audience won't get bored. "On October 31, Oleksandr Usyk will be scared for his life.
He wants to prove that he is at the top of the food chain, but for something like that, he must first fight a real heavyweight. This is a fight and I know he will throw everything he has at me "I'm going to bite the tire and go to war," Chisora quotes Boxing Scene.
Chisora on Usyk
There is no evil blood between the two of them. In fact, fans were thrilled with their fun “trash talk” and the provocation that it really isn’t. Some would raise tensions over viewership, but Dereck thinks it's not necessary: "This fight sells by itself.
He's a good boxer that English fans love. Even those who don't usually like boxing like to watch him, and now he's fighting me. There's nothing wrong with this match or any hatred, this is a match between two people who love sports.
He is not afraid because he knows what he is going to do." "He is a man like me. The worst that can happen is that I am knocked out. I know that I will make Usyk know that when he leaves the ring he was in battle. Come and destroy, without mercy.
That is what my plan is. " Today, he also revealed his plan after the match against Usyk. Of course, for that, the Ukrainian will have to master. "It would be great to do a third match against Gipsy King because he promised me the third match.
He owes me that, we hear from him every day and he's aware that he owes me that." "After all, he always tells me he wants to give me the third match, and he's a man of words. It’s a match I want to do after this, ”said“ Del Boy, ”which Fury won in 2011 by a referee’s decision and in 2014 by surrendering after ten rounds. Saturday's match is held in London's O2 Arena.