On Saturday, October 26 at the O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom Dereck «War» Chisora will meet David Price for vacant WBO Inter-Continental title in a 12-round heavyweight fight.
|Country||United Kingdom||United Kingdom|
|Age||35 age||36 age|
|Height||6′ 1½″ (187 cm)||6′ 8″ (203 cm)|
|Reach||74″ (188 cm)||82″ (208 cm)|
(200+ lbs / 90,72+ kg)
(200+ lbs / 90,72+ kg)
|Record||31 - 9 - 0
|25 - 6 - 0
The fight night will begin on Saturday, October 26 at 5 p.m. (London).
The professional boxing match will be held at the O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom.
On which TV channel can I watch the live broadcast of the fight Dereck Chisora vs David Price?
Who is fighting on the undercard on Sat, Oct 26, 2019?
|Division||Boxer №1||Boxer №2||Notes|
|super lightweight (140 lbs)||Regis Prograis||Josh Taylor||For WBA (Super), IBF and WBC (Diamond) titles|
|heavyweight (200+ lbs)||Dereck Chisora||David Price||For vacant WBO Inter-Continental title|
|lightweight (135 lbs)||Ricky Burns||Lee Selby|
|cruiserweight (200 lbs)||Yves Ngabu||Lawrence Okolie||For EBU European title|
|welterweight (147 lbs)||Conor Benn||Laszlo Toth||For WBA Continental title|
|super welterweight (154 lbs)||Abass Baraou||John O'Donnell||For WBC International title|
|super middleweight (168 lbs)||Denis Radovan||Luke Blackledge|
|middleweight (160 lbs)||Austin Williams||Miroslav Juna|
|super bantamweight (122 lbs)||Shannon Courtenay||Melinda Habran|
Dereck «War» Chisora
Dereck Chisora is a British professional boxer.
The last fight of Dereck Chisora took place on July 20, 2019 against
Chisora won by knockout (KO).
I’m very excited for this fight. Dereck is a great competitor and I’m sure he’ll bring the best out of me. I kept in the gym all summer because I had a feeling I had to be ready for a call like this.
David Price is a British professional boxer.
The last fight of David Price took place on July 20, 2019 against
Price won by RTD.
David Price is a big guy but he has not used his advantages.
I have known him since the amateurs in the early 2000s and I would always see him in the Boxing News magazine. Everyone wanted to be in that book in them days and I would always see David Price in there on the back-page listings at No1.
Back in those amateur days I would look at that photo and think ‘I want to knock him off that top spot’.
This is an interesting pairing, as they’re very closely matched. They both came in at 18st 5lb for their last fights, Chisora is 35-years-old, Price 36, and both have big power. At this stage of their careers they both desperately need the win to move forward towards the rich pickings at the top of the heavyweight tree.
I think many will favour Chisora but David has an outstanding amateur pedigree, is 6 inches taller and knows how to use it and remains one of the hardest hitting heavies out there. Plus he’s boxing with a relaxation and confidence that was missing earlier in his career.
I’m going to go with David Price on this one, I think he can get to Chisora around the midway mark and get a KO or he’ll keep Chisora on the end of things all night and win a decision.