Derek Chisora’s long and at times punishing career is set to go on into 2024 and possibly beyond as the Brit reveals how many fights he has left.
Chisora turned 40 on December 29 and has been a professional fighter for 16 years. In that time he has fought 47 times, clocked up 34 wins and taken 13 losses including several stoppages.
Some of those fights became difficult to watch for Chisora fans including tough contests against Tyson Fury, three times, Joseph Parker twice, a knockout loss to Dillian Whyte and wide points loss to Vitali Klitschko over 10 years ago.
He has however scored victories against the likes of Gerald Washington, Kubrat Pulev and David Price. Speaking to iFL TV, Chisora was asked again recently how long he will go on for.
“I’ve got three fights left. But right now I spoke to Turki Al-Sheikh and told him make me the right offer and I’ll fight whoever.”
When pushed for names he stayed tight-lipped but referenced his penchant for sharing fantasy fight posters on his Instagram.
“You’ll see me putting posters out there and you’ll know who I want.”
It was then put to him that American Jarrell Miller, who lost to Daniel Dubois on the Day of Reckoning card, might be a good opponent but Chisora disagreed.
“Daniel beat him. I want somebody who’s amazing, who’s great, I want the fear factor, I want to be nervous, I want to train harder.”