Former WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker may very well be heading within the path of a rematch with Derek Chisora.
Earlier this month, Parker received a really shut twelve spherical cut up resolution over Chisora in Manchester.
Parker was dropped early within the first spherical and needed to struggle via some very robust moments for almost all of the competition.
Within the aftermath, each boxers expressed curiosity in having an instantaneous rematch.
Parker’s supervisor, David Higgins, is presently negotiating a brand new multi-fight take care of Matchroom Sport. He’s presently discussing the phrases of the promotional association with Matchroom CEO Frank Smith.
And the Chisora rematch is a part of the multi-fight deal.
“We wish to form up a Chisora rematch,” Higgins confirmed to Stuff in New Zealand.
“There’s loads of water to go below the bridge, and it’s boxing. However Joseph likes the rematch … he is aware of what he’s coping with in Chisora, and by executing his plan higher he’ll make faster work of him, beat him extra emphatically, and clear up any doubts about it. Chisora is of the view that he was robbed, and he needs the chance for a rematch.
“The struggle was adequate, shut sufficient, and attention-grabbing sufficient that Matchroom and us really feel it warrants one other massive present. That’s the bedrock of constructing a deal, now it’s about making the element and the ball is in Matchroom’s courtroom.”
The one subject which will doubtlessly derail a rematch, is Chisora’s financial demand to do a second struggle. In line with Higgins, the monetary demand from Chisora is “delusional.”
“I used to be questioning if Chisora was dropping his thoughts like Robert Mugabe did in his final days,” Higgins mentioned.