Derek Chisora stops David Price in fourth round
Derek Chisora pounded David Price to a halt in the fourth round to stay in contention for a big-name heavyweight fight.
Chisora overpowered his British rival, a replacement opponent after Joseph Parker’s withdrawal, and the 35-year-old Londoner could look ahead to a major bout, amidst talk of a potential clash with Oleksandr Usyk.
Dereck Chisora defeats David Price at O2 Arena
Dereck Chisora defeated fellow Briton David Price after the Liverpudlian’s corner threw in the towel during the fourth round of a frenetic heavyweight clash at The O2 in London.
Chisora unsettled Price at the end of the third round with two right hooks before he unloaded again in the next round to send his dazed opponent to the canvas.
Dereck Chisora vs David Price result: Chisora wins by stoppage to make heavyweight statement
Dereck Chisora beat David Price by technical knockout to make a huge statement in the heavyweight division.
The man nicknamed WAR had a difficult camp, with original opponent Joseph Parker being forced to pull out because of a reported spider bite – and was frustrated to not be headlining a card which he believes sold out the O2 Arena because of him.