Chisora Regains His License, Returns on April 20th
By Terence Dooley
Dereck "Del Boy" Chisora's boxing licence has been reinstated by the BBBoC, which means that the controversial heavyweight contender is now free to fight on Frank Warren's April 20th bill at Wembley Arena. Chisora had his licence withdrawn in March of last year after a press conference bust up with former WBA titlist David Haye following Chisora's wide decision loss to WBC heavyweight titlist Vitali Klitschko.
Chisora, 15-4 (9), fought Haye under the auspices of the Luxembourg Boxing Federation at Upton Park in July, a fifth-round stoppage defeat, but the 29-year-old is now free to fight on BBBoc-licences shows once again, freeing the way for a ring return on April 20th as he bids to make his way back into contention.
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[QUOTE=Mr. Philadel;13136481]great news!!!!!...I'm glad he's back in the game...out of ALL the antics...spitting in Wlad's face was the one I found really weak...no excuses for such f*ckery...besides that, he's legit in my book!![/QUOTE] I was watching a random fight on…Comment by Thickear on 03-13-2013
Chisora is not world class but he is a value fighter. Got robbed in the Helenius bout and, even though widely outscored, marched forward all night against Vitali. Despite the Thompson shocker, Price is British champ and a defence against…Comment by joe strong on 03-12-2013
Get him in there with bakhtov or airich...Comment by kavi521 on 03-12-2013
lol actually a nice humble guy. Bumped into him a few times and always seems genuine..... Glad to hear hes back..Comment by flushuppercut on 03-12-2013
Not this guy again.... the union jack-off is backPost a Comment - View More User Comments (13)