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‘I’ll beat him’ – Derek Chisora ​​calls Deontay Wilder for the return of the Americans and roars ‘I want to fight everyone’

DEREK CHISORA named Deontay Wilder and vowed to beat the former world champion.

Wilder has yet to return since a brutal defeat to Tyson Fury in their epic trio fight back in October.

Derek Chisora ​​called Deontay Wilder's name and vowed to beat the former world champion

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Derek Chisora ​​called Deontay Wilder’s name and vowed to beat the former world championCredit: Reuters
Deontay Wilder hasn't returned since losing to Tyson Fury in their trilogy

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Deontay Wilder hasn’t returned since losing to Tyson Fury in their trilogyCredit: The Sun

While Chisora ​​was recently defeated by Joseph Parker in thrilling rematch in December.

Promoter Eddie Hearn then teased the British veteran as Return opponent for Wilder.

And Chisora ​​admits Wilder is one of many heavyweights he wants to remove from the list before retiring.

He said above talkSPORT: “I think we’ve both been through two consecutive defeats.

“I thought why not? People are saying, ‘Why does he want to do it because?’ They are not me. People are not built like me.

“The point is, I’ll be honest with you, I want to fight everyone. When I hang it up, I can say I’ve fought with everyone of my time and enjoyed it.

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“I love it, that’s what I want to do. I don’t want to put my head down and suddenly at the end of my career say ‘I wish I had fought this guy’.”

“No, I want to fight everyone right now.”

When asked if he can beat Wilder, Chisora ​​said: “I don’t know, but yes, I want to win 100%. Yes, I will beat him”.

Wilder, 36, was knocked out in the 11th round by Fury, 33, in October, 20 months after losing his rematch in the seventh round.

He was contemplating retirement or a run back to the heavyweight throne.

As for Chisora, 37, has been beaten in a row by Parker, 29, and current unified champion Oleksandr Usyk, 34.

Chisora ​​said: “I always say this, the world title for me is people recognizing me on the street. That’s my world title – it’s all I love.

Derek Chisora

But the popular puncher has refuses to consider hanging gloves, despite the decline in form.

And he admits the fanfare he enjoys during the twilight of his career means more to him than any world championship belt.

Chisora ​​said: “I always say this, the world title for me is people recognizing me on the street. That’s my world title – it’s all I love.

“I worked hard to get to the top. I used to box at York Hall. Now 20,000 people are following me, I don’t want to be so easy.

“I don’t really care about the title that comes with it.

“Your taxi driver, your garbage collector, your general cleaner, just have me walk in there and recognize me and say, ‘That was a great fight,’ that’s my world title.”

Jospeh Parker and Derek Chisora ​​after their rematch

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Jospeh Parker and Derek Chisora ​​after their rematchCredit: Mark Robinson Matchroom Boxing

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