Chisora says he isn’t going anywhere
Derek Chisora has addressed suggestions that he should retire from boxing after he lost to Joseph Parker by unanimous decision on Saturday night.


‘Del Boy’ put in a gutsy performance against Parker, responding well after being knocked down and forced onto the ropes on two occasions, but the Brit never stood a chance of winning once the fight went to the judges.
The 37-year-old – who has has recorded 44 fights in his career – received praise for the determination he showed throughout the contest, but a number of people have since suggested that he should now talk away from boxing.
Tony Bellew, a good friend of Chisora, told DAZN that he wants him to retire, with the Briton’s opponent – Parker – and former world champion Carl Frampton also saying that they want Chisora to call it a day, for his own sake.
However, Chisora has responded to those suggestions, claiming that ‘he’ll be back in th …