Derek Chisora wants to face Wilder after beating Pulev

It's no more strange that Derek Chisora ​​wants his promoter Eddie Hearn to arrange his match with Deontay Wilder, after overcoming Kubrat Pulev.

Last weekend, two veteran boxers Chisora ​​and Pulev had an interesting competition in London. Although the peak period has passed, the two "old men" mentioned above still show their efforts and persistence in the 12-round fight.

Looking back at when the talented British heavyweight boxer, of course Chisora ​​defeated Pulev in 12 rounds.

As a result, the 38-year-old puncher Chisora ​​won the final victory thanks to a higher score, thereby successfully avenging the 2016 loss. Two referees rated "Del Boy" 116-114, 116-112; The other referee gave the result 116-112 in favor of Pulev.

Thus, Chisora ​​has regained the feeling of winning the match after 3 consecutive defeats recently. As for Pulev, the 41-year-old boxer nicknamed "Cobra" received his third loss in the professional ring. In the past, the Bulgarian star only succumbed to 2 opponents, Wladimir Klitschko and Anthony Joshua.

Sharing with DAZN after the match, Chisora ​​said: “I think the last time I won was 3 years ago. A very difficult time.

Pulev is a good fighter, he gave me a lot of trouble. I trained hard. 

I am very happy today. But at the same time, I am also sad.

I don't have much time to play. But for the rest, I will give it all to you. In the next few matches, I will give my best.

Surely, I don't want easy matches, I like real challenges. I told Eddie Hearn that if he could arrange for me to fight Iron Bomber (Deontay Wilder), I would be happy.

Base on how some boxing fans take the call out, most especially the Deontay Wilder fans, “Del Boy” calls out Wilder after his win over Pulev.

I want to take on every opponent of my day, win or lose. I just want to fight.”

Talking about the possibility of losing points to Pulev, Chisora ​​was calm: “I'm used to it, man. If they decide he's the winner, I'll just rush into training again and then move on.

As he continued, he said I was robbed of my victory. That is nothing new to me. I won't fall, just move forward. God has a plan for me. I don't know what it is, but we'll find out soon enough." He seems confident.