Derek Chisora tipped to beat Deontay Wilder with talks over fight starting… but only if it goes past four rounds

EDDIE HEARN believes Derek Chisora can BEAT Deontay Wilder – but only if the fight goes beyond four rounds.

Chisora, 37, lost to Joseph Parker on points on Saturday but Hearn still believes in the Brit.



And Del Boy is not ready to retire yet, despite losing his last three bouts.

But Hearn argued each of his 12 career defeats have come against top-class opposition – including the likes of Tyson Fury, Oleksandr Usyk and Dillian Whyte.

After Chisora's fight with Parker Hearn told media: "All Chisora’s losses have come at elite level, and Wilder is elite level.

“Listen, Chisora can beat Wilder. If he hits him with a big shot…

"I tell you what, if that fight goes past four rounds, Chisora wins that fight.

“But he’s got to get past four rounds and that’s gonna be really dangerous against someone who punches as hard as Wilder.”

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It is quite a claim from Hearn considering Wilder has only ever lost to one man – Fury.

In fact, the Gypsy King is the only opponent the Bronze Bomber has failed to knock-out.

And with Chisora not ready to hang up his gloves he could be keen to face Wilder which would likely be a fight in the US.

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