Chisora was led by two of the judges over Whyte until a second point was deduced at the 11th round but after Whyte delivered a battle-ending left hook at The O2 in December any debate about Chisora drawing a decision win ended right then and there.
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Despite his loss, he is unwilling to hang his globes says his trainer and long time friend Don Charles. As per Don, Chisora met with Charles to discuss his career after undergoing some medical examinations.
Charles in his interview with the Sky Sports said:
"One thing that's been ascertained is Derek Chisora is not retiring, he wants to fight on, He's a very proud man and obviously if he said he wasn't hurting, that would be a lie. I know my boy really well, it's hurting. He's putting a brave face on."
The fight took place at O2 on 22 December and was televised on Sky Sports Box Office, Chisora who was victorious on their first meeting in his second meeting was KO'ed by Dillian Whyte and was further criticized for headbutting his opponent as well.
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Whyte after his vicious knockout called out Anthony Joshua who was right at the ringside
Will they face each other at Wembley in April? pic.twitter.com/EwEcupwrPk
— Sky Sports Boxing (@SkySportsBoxing) December 22, 2018
As Anthony Joshua has hinted a big Pay-Per-View event in London in 2019, this one finally is looking like a fight that interests the unified HW champion AJ but had Chisora won it, he would have been the one to call out Joshua for a big pay-day event.