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Chisora: Wilder Will KO Arreola, Then I'll KO Wilder

By Edward Chaykovsky

EBU heavyweight champion Dereck Chisora (19-4, 13KOs) is training for his fight with Andriy Rudenko (24-0, 16KOs) on February 15th at Copper Box in London.

If he gets past Rudenko, Chisora expects to have a WBC eliminator rematch with rival Tyson Fury in June.

The WBC title is vacant, Bermane Stiverne and Chris Arreola have been ordered to fight for the belt. Stiverne already defeated Arreola in early 2013.

Chisora is picking Arreola to beat Stiverne, and then move forward to a fight with Deontay Wilder (30-0, 30KOs), who Chisora picks to knock Arreola out. Then Chisora plans to face Wilder and win by knockout. Chisora was in heavy talks to face him in 2013, but legal issues prevented Wilder from traveling to the UK.

"Chris Arreola will win it and then he goes to fight Deontay Wilder and then I'm going to fight Deontay Wilder and knock him out and bring the title back to Europe. And then in Europe we can start making money with the title," Chisora told On The Ropes Boxing Radio.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by denium on 01-13-2014

Chisora would break Wilder down & take his heart.

Comment by ragingbull1 on 01-13-2014

CHISORA has not KO'd a single fighter in his whole career, how on earth is he going to KO Wilder?? LOL. Cant punch for toffee!!

Comment by beez721 on 01-13-2014

[QUOTE=valero;14128881]Most claim he's a bum, but I don't know many bums who box for 2 years and win the National Championships, Golden Gloves and earn a medal in the Olympics. He had [u]29 amateur fights. [/u] That is a special…

Comment by JAB5239 on 01-13-2014

[QUOTE=valero;14128881]Most claim he's a bum, but I don't know many bums who box for 2 years and win the National Championships, Golden Gloves and earn a medal in the Olympics. He had [u]29 amateur fights. [/u] That is a special…

Comment by trufightfanatic on 01-13-2014

I like Arreola in the rematch, I also think him toughness and experience should get him past Wilder, but I like either he, Stiverne or Wilder over Chisora and that's if Chisora gets through his next fight and Fury. Also…

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