Dereck Chisora stand zuvor bereits zweimal als Gegner von Wladimir Klitschko fest, und durch den Sieg über ihn könnte Tyson Fury bald in. Kubrat Pulew ist Schwergewichts-Europameister. Der Bulgare besiegt den Briten Dereck Chisora. Der Verlierer hadert mit dem Ringrichter. Tyson Fury hat eine große Klappe, steht auf Jesus und will Wladimir Klitschko schlagen. Ein Kampf köntne im September steigen.
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Chisora was suspended for four months for biting Paul Butlin during the fifth round of their 22 May contest at the York Hall in Bethnal Green.
The incident was missed by the referee but TV replays proved conclusive and as a result Chisora missed out on his fight for a British title against Danny Williams.
Chisora welcomed the chance, saying, "It was my own fault the fight with Williams didn't go ahead, and I've been kicking myself ever since.
Chisora defeated Baker in the second round. On 15 May , Chisora fought Danny Williams for the British heavyweight title which he won after stopping Williams in the second round.
On 23 July , Chisora defended his British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles against the upcoming prospect Tyson Fury , who like Chisora, had a record of 14—0 entering the fight.
Referee John Latham scored the fight in favour of Chisora. Helenius won by split decision after two judges scored the fight — to Helenius and the third scored it — to Chisora.
The decision was highly debated as most pundits and onlookers thought Chisora had done enough to get the decision. The Ring considered the outcome of the match "a gift", dropping Helenius' ranking from fifth to sixth challenger.
Chisora complained afterwards demanding a rematch on a neutral territory. Chisora slapped Klitschko at the weigh in for the heavyweight title fight and was widely criticised.
Chisora is quoted as saying after the slap "I ain't come here to play games I come here to fight. After a close first round, Klitschko started to land his right hand in round two and continued to land clean power shots from a distance as the bout progressed.
Chisora showed a good chin, and did the majority of his work to the body. The scores were —, —, and —, giving a unanimous decision of victory to Klitschko.
Chisora challenged Haye to a fight and taunted Haye over the toe injury he had suffered prior to his loss to Wladimir Klitschko , to which Haye responded that Chisora had lost his three previous fights.
Chisora eventually left the stage to confront Haye, who met him with a right hook to the jaw, before both security and Chisora's entourage intervened to try and separate the two.
The fight continued, and at one point Haye swung a camera tripod in Chisora's direction. The two were eventually pulled apart.
During the confrontation, Chisora claimed he was glassed by Haye and was filmed saying he would shoot Haye and telling Haye's trainer, Adam Booth , that he would face Haye in the ring or hunt him down.
The next morning, Chisora was arrested by German police but was later released without charge after questioning. On 14 March , the British Boxing Board of Control withdrew Chisora's boxing licence due to his behaviour prior to and after his bout with Klitschko.
However, despite not having a British license at the time Chisora was still able to fight under license from another country, and therefore was able to face David Haye at Upton Park on 14 July , in a fight billed as ' Licensed to Thrill '.
Haye outscored Chisora in the first two rounds but Chisora came back in the third and was able to land several shots including a left hook that rattled Haye at the end of the round.
Haye regained the edge towards the end of the fourth and in the fifth he knocked Chisora down with a left and right hook.
Chisora got to his feet, only for Haye to connect again with a series of punches that put Chisora down for second time. He managed to beat the count, but the referee deemed him unable to continue, giving Haye a TKO win.
Chisora said, "I'm glad that this whole episode is finally behind me and I can carry on with my boxing career in my own country and with a British Boxing Board of Control licence.
Chisora made his ring return on 20 April at the Wembley Arena in London. He fought journeyman Hector Alfredo Avila from Argentina.
When asked whom he would like to fight next, Chisora mentioned British rival David Price. Scott was warned by the referee throughout the contest for repeated fouling and clinching, but was not penalized.
Scott boxed well with his jab, while Chisora scored well with body punches. With 15 seconds left in the sixth round, Scott went down along the ropes from a right hand to the back of the ear, and took a knee, smiling.
Scott got up at the count of nine, but then referee Edwards shouted "Out", ending the contest. Scott did not protest the seemingly premature stoppage but his corner did.
Going into round six, Scott was ahead 48—47 on all three judges' scorecards. The BBBofC said they would not review the fight. Chisora next fought on 21 September for the vacant European heavyweight title against year-old German boxer Edmund Gerber 23—1 at the Copper Box Arena.
The fight was announced 20 days prior to the fight taking place. The fight came to end in round five when Chisora threw combinations which went unanswered.
The referee stepped in waiving the fight off. Chisora entered the ring in tears following the recent death of his mentor, Dean Powell.
At the time of stoppage, Chisora was ahead 40—36 on all three judges' scorecards. The purse bid was due on 13 November.
The fight was also for the vacant WBA International title. Chisora was originally scheduled to fight Arnold Gjergjaj , who broke his ribs in sparring.
He was then replaced with Italian Matteo Mudugno, who pulled out injured. Chisora fought four times in , winning all inside the distance.
The official judges' scorecards read —, —, and — in favour of Chisora. Chisora and Fury were due to meet on 26 July in a rematch. Belarusian Alexander Ustinov was lined up as Chisora's replacement in the bout scheduled to take place at the Manchester Arena ,  Fury pulled out of the fight after his uncle and former trainer Hughie Fury was taken seriously ill.
The bout was shown live on BoxNation. Chisora struggled with Fury's height, reach and movement, with Fury winning the rounds comfortably until trainer Don Charles had seen enough and pulled Chisora out at the end of the tenth round.
Fury used his jab to trouble Chisora and kept on the outside creating a distance with his longer reach. Chisora failed to land any telling punches, and due to Fury's awkward fighting style, end up hitting him below the belt.
Chisora was warned by referee Marcus McDonnell in the first round. After a period of eight months without a fight since his defeat to Fury, Chisora won five fights in five months against low ranked European opponents, helping set up a fight for the recently vacated European heavyweight title against highly ranked Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev in Hamburg on 7 May The bout was also an eliminator for the IBF heavyweight title.
Chisora made a comeback in Sweden on 10 September against Bosnian boxer Drazan Janjanin and scored a second-round knockout victory following a body shot.
Although Janjanin beat the count, the referee waved the fight off. Terms were finally agreed for a fight between Chisora and British heavyweight champion Dillian Whyte to fight in a WBC title eliminator for Whyte's British heavyweight title.
The fight took place in Manchester on the undercard of the Anthony Joshua vs. The hype continued through to the press conference on 7 December when, following Whyte's comment that he'd attack Chisora anytime he would see him after the fight, Chisora picked up the table he was sitting at and threw it towards Whyte, just missing everyone in the way which included the promoters and trainers.
Chisora lost the fight by split decision with two judges scoring the fight — and — for Whyte and one scoring — in favour of Chisora. Whyte was hurt a number of times in the fight by Chisora in the eighth, tenth and twelfth rounds.
On two occasions in the twelfth, Whyte was knocked off balance by Chisora after being hit with huge shots to the head. Post fight, Whyte stated he would not give Chisora a rematch, only to change his mind later to say the potential was there.
The same arena they fought at when Helenius won a controversial split decision in December A purse bid deadline was set for 21 January , but no progress was made.
There was no specific reason given by promoter Nisse Sauerland as to why the fight had been postponed.
On pursuing a rematch with Dillian Whyte, on 31 August , Chisora announced that he had split with promoter Team Sauerland, but re-signed with manager Steve Goodwin.
Hearn believed if Chisora could win two fights by the end of the year, possibly winning the European title in the process, he would have a good case to fight Whyte again.
This is the fight game. You lost the fight. You know what you do: brush yourself, bounce back, take your rematch. He [Fury] has this in his glove, he had that in his glove, water was spiked.
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Fury in Deontay Wilder. Otto Wallin. Tom Schwarz. For WBC heavyweight title. Francesco Pianeta. Windsor Park , Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Sefer Seferi. Manchester Arena , Manchester, England. Wladimir Klitschko. Esprit Arena , Düsseldorf , Germany. Christian Hammer.
The O2 Arena , London, England. Retained WBO International heavyweight title. Derek Chisora. ExCeL , London, England. Joey Abell. Copper Box Arena , London, England.
Steve Cunningham. Kevin Johnson. Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Vinny Maddalone. Hand Arena, Clevedon , England.
Martin Rogan. Odyssey Arena , Belfast , Northern Ireland. Won vacant Irish heavyweight title. Neven Pajkic. EventCity , Manchester , England.
Retained Commonwealth heavyweight title. Nicolai Firtha. King's Hall , Belfast , Northern Ireland. I realised a long time ago that George isn't a three or four-round fighter.
So he will be a better pro than an amateur. The emphasis for us? He hardly ever gets hit. It is hard to land a clean shot on George, similar to Fury.
Fury stopped a few people at the start of his career but he wasn't a knockout specialist. He broke people down so they quit or the knockout eventually came.
That is the type of fighter that George will develop into. Some good rounds over the last week with the big man dillianwhyte. Growth is the motive..
A lot more of these experiences coming up in the near future. Back in action again, just under 3 weeks! Charles: I am not a typical father who says their son is the best thing since sliced bread.
If he wasn't my son, I would say the same thing.