Chisora: “If I end my career, who will replace me?”

Chisora: “If I end my career, who will replace me?”

British heavyweight veteran Derek Chisora ​​(32-10-0, 23 KO) explained ahead of the fight against New Zealander Joseph Parker (28-2-0, 21 KO) why he was not going to retire.

“People are constantly saying that I need to leave. But if I do this, who will replace me? Joshua won’t do it, he has charisma but no sense of humor. At least Tyson and Dillian say what they think. Everything will change after I leave, so I prefer to stay.

Parker can come up with any plan for a fight, we will break him. I also feel pain, but my rivals still feel it more. I like to fight and I don’t want to sit on the couch all day, ”Chisora ​​said.

Earlier in an interview, the fighter criticized sanctioning organizations, which he believes allow boxers to compete for championship belts at their sole discretion.

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