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British slugger, Dereck ‘ Del Boy’ Chisora has evaluated the performance of Dillian Whyte during his tedious encounter against Finland’s Nordic Nightmare where he claimed the WBC ‘Silver’ Heavyweight title in a drab affair. There has been a long-running feud developing between the two since they signed to fight the first time in 2016 in a fight of the year contender which has seen a sizable clamouring for a rematch to take place between the two.

“Dillian Whyte’s fight was not that great at all,” Chisora said exclusively to Sky Sports and went into detail as to how Whyte didn’t impress him.”Robert didn’t come to fight. Dillian was trying to fight, trying to be a bit like me, but he was doing a poor version of me. The first three rounds, he was trying to blast Helenius out, and Helenius nearly stopped him. Nearly knocked him out, wobbled him a little bit.” Chisora also went on to ridicule his former adversary’s technique by stating ” He tried to go with the cross hook style, but he hasn’t got the rhythm to go with that. He was moving his head, but it was moving in slow motion, and he would chuck a shot and it would miss by a mile” Chisora said.

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