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So what next for him? I know he is very confident regarding the fight being rescheduled, but let’s not forget he was given the opportunity as a voluntary defence, so there is no obligation for the fight to be made next. It’s funny how before the fight was off, almost everyone was saying Chisora had no chance, may get hurt etc and now Wlad has pulled out, people want to see it because they say Chisora has a good chance of beating him as he pulled out because he was scared!

 

Things are being worked on for the David Haye fight to be made, again things need to be put into place to make it the right deal for everyone, including Haye as he brings a lot to the table. But obviously it’s the fight everyone in the world – apart from Chisora – wants, including David and Adam Booth, his manager.

 

It’s ok Chisora saying Haye needs to get behind him in the queue, but that’s not realistic. Like I said before, Chisora was given the opportunity to jump the queue via the voluntary defence and Haye against any Klitschko is the fight that matters so if it can be made, it’s the fight that will happen.

 

A good fight for Chisora would be Michael Sprott. He’s coming off his Prizefighter win, has proven himself at domestic and around European level and it would make for a good fight.

 

If not him, then I think a fight that would be good for Frank Warren’s next show could be Chisora against big Larry Olubamiwo. Larry can punch, comes to fight and is improving. These domestic heavies could be involved in some really good fights if they are allowed to get in with each other, it’s just a case of whether the promoters/managers are willing to take the chance.

 

The fight I would really like to see for Chisora, but will probably not happen is against Tyson Fury. That would be a great domestic battle. Fury is out in the states at the moment, about to fight on the Jean Pascal-Bernard Hopkins card.

 

Other than that, I don’t know what Mick Hennessy has planned for him, but it would be great to see them square off against each other. Could you imagine the build-up to that one?!

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Sosnowski, Dimitrenko, Fury, Olubamiwo are all good bouts. I think Vitali should possibly give him a title shot though if Wladimir and Haye DO fight next as compensation for missing out on a title shot. Not that i thought Chisora deserved a title shot. If Vitali is busy (as it looks like he will be) with the Solis-Austin winner next and then followed by Adamek or even Valuev at some point in 2011, the winner of Wladimir vs Haye should give Chisora a title shot. In the meantime Chisora should keep busy.
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Does anyone really give a toss who he fights, unless he's chewing some one's ear off or beating the crap out of a girlfriend he's yesterdays chip paper.

He just got saved the beating of his life when the Klit dropped out, he's not even the best in Britain & should have got nowhere near a world title shot

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Tyson Fury is his natural domestic rival but I think that fight might be someway down the line.

 

I'm not sure Frank Warren would match to of his Heavyweights at this point, so a Larry Olubamiwo fight is unlikely.

 

Sosnowski for the Euro belt is a very good shout.

 

Is it not Frank Maloney who promotes Olubamiwo?

I thought he had Larry, Price and Dallas in his stable but I might be wrong?

Olubamiwo's also getting on a bit, so he has to get a move on if he wants to do anything meaningful...

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Chisora vs Fury would be good. See who the best HW in Britain is (aside Haye). In fact how about a British 4 man HW tournament? Chisora, Fury, Olubamiwo and maybe Sexton or Sprott as the 4th man.

 

Dallas or Price would be a good 4th choice imo.

Never going to happen though! :P

 

All 4 have a chance to make some sort of mark, and they're not going to risk much against each other unless they have to imo.

Would be great to see though.

It's refreshing seeing a few guys actually taking some risks.

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Chisora vs Fury would be good. See who the best HW in Britain is (aside Haye). In fact how about a British 4 man HW tournament? Chisora, Fury, Olubamiwo and maybe Sexton or Sprott as the 4th man.

 

Dallas or Price would be a good 4th choice imo.

Never going to happen though! :P

 

All 4 have a chance to make some sort of mark, and they're not going to risk much against each other unless they have to imo.

Would be great to see though.

It's refreshing seeing a few guys actually taking some risks.

 

True. That's boxing nowadays, especially at HW: Have a few fights, get into the top 10, then consolidate your position. DO NOT fight any other contenders as you may slip out of the top 10 and lose a title shot. Hang in there and you're bound to get a World title shot.

 

It's a credit to the Klitschkos IMO that they do line up every fighter and just beat them one at a time.

 

It's not their fault that the HW contenders aren't fighting each other or earning a shot. Contenders know if they can get somewhere near the top 10 and stay there they'll get a title shot:

 

Chisora, Briggs, Sosnowski etc just to name a few.

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