Derek Chisora: “Usyk ran away from me like an asshole”

British heavyweight contender Derek Chisora ​​was left disappointed after his defeat by unanimous decision against Alexander Usik. In particular, the experienced slugger was upset by the strategy of his opponent, who decided to use the speed of his legs to evade Chisora’s sweeping attacks.

“I had a fight yesterday. I’m a little upset. This guy was running away from me like an asshole. But it turned out the way it happened. We did exactly what needed to be done. I’m devastated. I’m very disappointed.”

But you know what? I will shake off the dust, pat myself on the shoulder and move on. I will continue to fight. Guys, I hope you enjoyed the fight. Dude, I’m only doing this for you. There is nothing else I can do, just hit the punches to please you, “- said Derek Chisora ​​live on Instagram.

We will remind, Chisora ​​also said that he was not impressed by the striking power of Usyk.

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