Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by themaster999, Mar 30, 2023.
Dillian Whyte versus Dereck Chisora 3 is in negotiations.
Rumoured to be in the summer.
Great! Tiresome can have the winner. He loves a pointless rematch does our gypsy queen. They can have it in Marrkech for a fiver.
Chisora will be in the "best shape ever"
Whyte will be bringing "maximum violence"
A must watch.
You are joking?
Who in their right mind would pay to watch that?
2 slow over the hill sluggers that will be gassed out after 2 rounds yet think they deserve millions every fight.
Surely even casuals can see that?
Chisora in particular shouldn't go anywhere near a ring again.
He is a prime candidate for brain damage after kindly being given a 12 round beating by his mate Fury.
"More" Jizzora always wants big paydays. He will still be Tiresomes 3rd best win... even when he has 30 losses. The board should look out for him.
The fight would be irrelevant with regards to the landscape of the division. Having said that, it's an evenly matched fight that would probably be entertaining to watch. The first two were. I've no problem with this fight if it gets made. Shouldn't be a PPV right enough.
Couldn't careless if they are fighting again, both are nobodies and Chisora is starting to struggle speaking properly, so the BBBoC should think about not sanctioning him.
Chisora should have retired after Pulev if not before and shouldn’t be sanctioned.
Lots of better fights out there for Whyte who is also in decline.
There's a fair chance Chisora wins but I can't for the life of me begin to imagine who would pay money to watch this.
I'd watch but it's definitely not a PPV event.
Chisora is punch drunk as ****, but wont listen to anyone saying as much, so what can you do…
Although the first two fights were very entertaining, it's pretty pointless fight in terms of I had Whyte winning the first by 3 points IIRC and the second fight Whyte brutally KOed Chisora.
This fight would indicate that both are looking to retire after this fight and it's a final big pay day for both
I much rather Whyte and Chisora fight Ortiz and Wallin which very winnable fights for them.
On a positive side, it does mean Whyte will unlikely be AJ's next opponent. AJ has already beaten Whyte, and unless Whyte gets an impressive around may or June time, I don't think he deserves a fight against AJ.
Hopefully Hearn is true to his word and attempts to make the Fury fight. If Fury doesn't want it again, Hearn should try Joyce. It they unable to to make that fight then the next best are the likes of Hunter, Hrgovic, Bakole and Sanchez
Astonished it’s taken this long to be honest.
Winner fights AJ I presume?
Actually agree with lots of this - except I think both will try and squeeze out a couple more paydays.
I did enjoy the standard gratuitous indirect criticism of both Fury and Wilder - wouldn’t be a Mitch post without it.
You may have thought Whyte won the first fight but most observers had Chisora (who hurt Whyte on three occasions more than Whyte hurt him at any point) winning. Chisora was the B-side and still had a 115-114 SD, which shows that Whyte either barely won or (more likely) didn't win.
Chisora thinks Whyte is a very winnable fight but he admits that he doesn't want the Ortiz fight (despite Ortiz being 44!), stating that Ortiz is "a long night at the office" which "I don't want."
Explain that one to me, I'd love to hear it.
Whyte preferred to fight the unknown, lightly regarded, 6' orthodox plodder Franklin rather than Wallin, who he ducked by faking injury prior to Fury and has been ducking ever since. His alleged brother "Dean Whyte" said that Whyte needs to keep ducking Wallin as Wallin's too tall, too good a mover and too southpaw:
It's clear at this point that you don't even believe your own BS. Take Bakole for example: what has he done to suggest he's better or more dangerous than Wilder? Gone 10 rounds with Yoka? (who 42 year old Takam just schooled), went 50-50 over 10 rounds with Kuzmin, who Hunter (no great shakes himself) schooled years ago? You don't want Joshua fighting Wilder because there's every chance Joshua gets sparked out cold (even in 1 round) like Breazeale, Helenius, Liakhovich and Stiverne.
And it's obvious why you don't want Whyte fighting Chisora again: Whyte could very easily get iced by Chisora in the trilogy and that would further damage your narratives. Suddenly Chisora would be "three great wins" on Fury's record by your own standards!