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Derek Chisora says he puts 'fear' in Joseph Parker

Derek Chisora believes that he puts "the fear of god" in Joseph Parker.

The British fighter faces the New Zealander in a blockbuster heavyweight clash this evening (01.05.21) and expects that Parker will be running scared by the fight's conclusion.

Chisora said: "I’m going to punch him up. I’m expecting Joseph to run away. That is 100 per cent. I know for a fact he’s going to run away.

"Great for him he’s looking to become a world champion, but it doesn’t mean nothing to me. I’m just going to pound on him when I see him. What can I do better than Joseph Parker? That’s a good question. Everything. The fight is going to be a great fight, we’re going to push on it, train hard and go crazy about it.

"I put the fear of god in him. I am bringing pain and war."

Chisora, 37, is aware that time is of the essence in his career and is looking to be involved in as many big fights as possible.

He explained: "Time is the most important thing, you know, and I don’t have much time in boxing, so anytime I go I’ll just take any fights I want to have because time is running out. Most people don’t want to fight me because I’m a headache. I bring it. I love fighting. I want the people at home to pay their money to watch me do what I need to do. I’m taking this fight because I want to win it."

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