Heavyweight veteran Derek Chisora, 38-years-old, is not looking to retire in the near future.

This past Saturday night, before a crowd of 60,000 fans at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium saw Chisora take a beating at the hands of WBC world champion Tyson Fury.

Chisora, with 46 fights under his belt, suffered the 13th defeat of his career when the referee had seen enough in the tenth round and waved off the fight.

The British fan favorite had no problem with the stoppage.

And while fans are calling for Chisora to walk away from the sport - he plans to continue forward.

“The ref was right, I was not doing much. Fighters never want to stop but that’s why the refs are there, because we have to go home to our kids," Chisora said.

“It was fun, I did enjoy it. I’m not retiring yet. f--- that sh!t. I want to go on the road now for more fights.”

Last year, Chisora suffered back to back defeats at the hands of Joseph Parker. He took a lot of punishment in the rematch. He bounced back with a close rematch decision win over Kubrat Pulev.

Fury, 34-years-old, has now defeated Chisora three times.

The two boxers are good friends, but Fury refused to call for Chisora's career to end.

“I can’t speak for any other man, I can’t make decisions for him. Derek will have to make his own decisions, but he’s been in this game long enough and he will make the best decisions for him and his family," Fury said.

“For me, I’d love to see him retire but still stay in the sport because he’s a legend in British boxing, he’s like a folk hero.”