Derek Chisora ​​left Usyk a frightening message from the Russian bath

It is unknown how Derek Chisora ​​will show himself when he will have to compete with Oleksandr Usyk in boxing this weekend, but in one aspect, the British heavyweight is definitely on par with the Ukrainian. It is about the ability to shout out the opponent’s name at high decibels.

Initially, it was Usyk who began to write down menacing messages to Chisora. However, Derek liked the idea so much that he, too, began to regularly leave scary messages to his opponent. This time, Chisora ​​said hello to Usik, steaming in a Russian bathhouse with his friend, whom he used when he addressed Alexander.

“A mustache! A-ah! A mustache!” – Shouted a friend of Chisora, while Derek diligently beat him on the back with brooms.

“A-ah-ah!” – Chisora ​​himself shouted during this process.

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Are you ready @usykaa @eddiehearn @davidhaye @skysportsboxing @lethalbizzle

Posted by Derek Chisora ​​🥊 (@derekwarchisora)

Let’s remind that Usyk has already arrived in Great Britain. His fight against Chisora ​​will take place on October 31 in London.

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