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The absolute gigantic beef between Dereck Chisora and Dillian Whyte has been well documented before their first fight and certainly after.

The two boxers have been going at it on social media and in interviews for months now. Whyte has been a bit less vocal about actually fighting Chisora since he’s been trying to land a fight against WBC champion, Deontay Wilder.

Meanwhile, Chisora is definitely after only Dillian Whyte since he still feels that ‘the Body Snatcher’ did not do enough against him during the first fight. Whyte won the bout via split decision.

Fortunately for Chisora, a rematch is very close to happening, especially after his latest tweet and recent comments to Sky Sports.

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