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 Last update:  2/16/2014       Read more by Gregory Stangrit         
   
Chisora Asks Warren To Make Povetkin Clash in Russia
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By Gregory Stangrit

EBU heavyweight champion Dereck Chisora (20-4, 13KOs) has asked his promoter, Frank Warren to get him a fight with former WBA "regular" champion Alexander Povetkin (26-1, 18KOs). Chisora wants to give Povetkin the homefield advantage by taking the fight in Moscow, Russia.

Povetkin has not fought since last October when he suffered a twelve round unanimous decision to WBO/WBA/IBF/IBO champion Wladimir Klitschko. Povetkin's return is being discussed for a date in April or May.

"I want to go to Moscow and have a big fight. I want to get Alexander Povetkin. I want to get that fight. Then in the summer I can have the rematch with Tyson Fury," Chisora said.

Gregory Stangrit covers boxing for Allboxing.ru

Tags: Dereck Chisora , Alexander Povetkin


 

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comment by uncommon, on 02-17-2014
[QUOTE=Koba-Grozny]Not so sure about that, it's not lik Del boy's protecting an unbeaten record. Sasha's still arguably the #2 or 3 HW in the world and a loss in a big money fight in Moscow shouldn't really dim the enthusiasm for a big domestic bust up. I can't really say I'm a big fan of Chis...

comment by Scott.Weiland., on 02-17-2014
[QUOTE=Jr7492]How is Chisora no1 UK heavyweight he lost to both Haye and Fury. A belt doesn't always make you the best.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=joe strong]I know you don't like fury or haye but both have beat him & haye destroyed him... chisora is #3 in the UK. the WBO is a joke anyway so him being #2 do...

comment by Tobi.G, on 02-17-2014
[QUOTE=Jr7492]How is Chisora no1 UK heavyweight he lost to both Haye and Fury. A belt doesn't always make you the best.[/QUOTE] Chisora did much more last year than Haye and Fury did. And Haye is currently out of boxing, we dont know if he will be able to come back yet.

comment by Koba-Grozny, on 02-17-2014
[QUOTE=uncommon]If Chisora loses, which he could, his Fury fight loses its appeal. Chisora's administrators are not going to risk the Fury fight by taking on Povetkin in Russia.[/QUOTE] Not so sure about that, it's not lik Del boy's protecting an unbeaten record. Sasha's still arguably the #2 ...

comment by paulf, on 02-17-2014
Chisora doesnt give a ****!

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