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Chisora vs. Boytsov in The Works For September 21

By Ruslan Chikov

Last week BoxingScene.com reported that the EBU ordered Dereck Chisora (17-4, 11 KOs) and Denis Boytsov (33-0, 26 KOs) to battle for the heavyweight title recently vacated by Kubrat Pulev. The fight is now being discussed for Chisora's return date of September 21 at Copper Box in the UK. While boxing professionally since September 2004, Boytsov is still only only 27 years old but the talented boxer has struggled with various injuries over the years. He recently broke away from Universum and signed a promotional agreement with Sauerland Event.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by WarMaidana on 08-22-2013

War chisora!

Comment by CraigM on 08-22-2013

Chisora wins!

Comment by Hayehammer on 08-22-2013

boytsov has way more fights then chisora! But compared to chisoras level of opposition, boytsov is still in his dipers! I see no chance that boytsov and his team would take the fight!

Comment by yoz on 08-22-2013

Massive step up for Denis. Kind of funny, given his age/no. of fights/background.

Comment by joe strong on 08-22-2013

It's nice to see boytsov sign with sauerland. His career was stagnating with universum. 33 fights with only a couple of tests. Chisora is a big step up so we will see if boytsov is a contender or pretender. He…

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