An Ante Post Look at Dereck Chisora v Dillian Whyte
A huge night of British heavyweight boxing is scheduled for December 10th at the Manchester Arena. IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua will face Eric Molina as he looks to defend his title for the second time after he defeated American Dominic Breazeale last time out.
Also in action, Dillian Whyte will go toe-to-toe with Dereck Chisora - this fight has been highly talked about for months and has been eagerly anticipated. Whyte will defend his British title and it will also be a WBC heavyweight title eliminator.
War Of Words
On to Whyte v Chisora, this fight is one which promises so much, not only have the duo been at a war of words over social media, they are equally aggressive and ferocious when it comes to stepping into the ring.
Chisora has fought some top fighters. He went the full distance with Vitali Klitschko, he fought Tyson Fury (twice), David Haye and Kubrat Pulev. He's a veteran of the trade and deserves respect for the calibre of opponents that he has fought over the years. Chisora's trainer, Don Charles, who also trains Whyte's latest casualty, Ian Lewison, will have had time to reflect on the type of fighter that Whyte is. Charles will be looking to adjust Del Boy's tactics and style in order for him to expose any chinks in Whyte's armour that he may have identified from his previous bout with Lewison.
Whyte Starts Favourite
It's been a good year for Whyte, he has a deal with MatchRoom under Eddie Hearn, he went longer than anybody else has with Anthony Joshua and it has been argued that Whyte had an injury going into the fight so it wouldn't be surprising to see a Whyte v Joshua II in the near-future. Whyte has shown that he doesn't just have good heart, a warrior spirit and dangerous punching power, but he has also exhibited his boxing ability and his impressive selection of punches that he has in his arsenal.
The Big Fight
During the Sky Sports programme, 'The Gloves Are Off', the two had a serious confrontation which allegedly resulted in the programme having to be ended eight minutes early and the duo had to be pulled apart. This one could arguably be the most interesting fight of the night on 10th December and almost steal the limelight of the Joshua v Molina match-up.
Chisora has two defeats in his past eight fights. Despite those losses being against top opposition such as Tyson Fury and Kubrat Pulev, Chisora must step-up his game if he is to defeat Whyte. There has been talk that Whyte, as a novice during his early stages in boxing, got the better of Chisora during a spar when 'Del Boy' was British champion. Whether or not this will play a part in Chisora's mind-set leading up to the bout remains to be seen but there is so much at stake in this fight and there is no doubt that the winner will have big opportunities in front of them.
Dereck Chisora v Dillian Whyte Odds
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