Dillian Whyte vows to end Dereck Chisora’s career

Lawrence Lustig

British heavyweight champion Dillian Whyte is not only looking to secure a possible shot at WBC title holder Deontay Wilder next month, ‘The Villain’ is aiming to end rival Dereck Chisora’s career.

The 28 year-old, who begins as favourite among sites on betting-sites.org.uk, is already embroiled in a war of words with ‘Del Boy’ after a recent Sky Sports TV taping of ‘The Gloves are Off’ was abandoned before the end.

Chisora threw a glass of water at Whyte and subsequently received retaliation for his trouble until security stepped in and called off finishing the show with regular host and ex-fighter Johnny Nelson.

As the build-up brews nicely, Whyte is sure he will end the argument with ex-world title challenger Chisora once and for all when the pair trade blows at Manchester Arena on December 10.

“Dereck (Chisora) is deluded as everyone knows,” Whyte said.

“He thought he could go to Germany and knock out (Kubrat) Pulev. He showed no aggression and no heart in that fight. All he was doing is coming forward and getting hit in the face all night long.

“The same thing is going to happen again. In this fight, I’m definitely looking to knock this guy out.

“He’s a tough guy, he’s game but I think his time is gone. I’m looking forward to seeing him on the Thursday (after the fight) collecting the bins outside my neighbourhood after I put this beat down on him. I’m going to make an end to Dereck’s career.”

Whyte lost out to event headliner Anthony Joshua when challenging for the heavyweight crown himself in 2015, although is chosing a different route as his rival is now committed to facing Wladimir Klitschko in the spring.