Chisora and Whyte looking to create openings

The duo that delivered an unexpected classic in 2016 are on opposite ends of Saturday’s card. Emmet Ryan on the chances for Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora to make big steps forward in London’s O2 Arena

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
23rd March, 2018
Dillian Whyte (L) beat Dereck Chisora (R) in 'a beautiful dust-up' in 2016. Pic: Getty

The concern back in December 2016 was that Dereck Chisora wasn’t where he was ever going to need to be again. The big hitter had his moments but he’d been clearly outclassed in any bout with a serious fighter over the preceding five years.

Chisora has remained his inconsistent self since, however, taking a win in his next bout before losing a majority decision against a largely untested Agit Kabayel for the...

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