Chisora: Whyte Blocked Me On Social Media
Following a real life confrontation at Tony Bellew’s win over David Haye, Dereck Chisora claims Dillian Whyte has blocked him across his social media accounts.
The two faced off in a highly contentious 2016 split decision, with Whyte taking the win over Chisora.
And while the two cannot interact over the internet, they will be on the same card in July, as Whyte faces Joseph Parker and Chisora is on the undercard facing off with Carlos Takam.
When asked about running back their 2016 fight, Chisora told Sky Sports. “I don’t know yet, but you have to give me that fight Dillian. We’ll have to see.
“He’s blocked me on Instagram and everything. He blocked me on Twitter as well. He is upset.”
Chisora decided to askew his “Twitter fingers” for a microphone, when predicting Whyte’s chances against the former WBO world champion, claiming Whyte’s “going to get battered.”
“Joseph is very fast. It will be a good fight, anyway.”
Chisora welcomes the challenge brought by Takam, who put up a valiant effort against Anthony Joshua in a last minute replacement fight in Cardiff.
“I’m happy. Carlos Takam asked for the fight,” he said. “We know he’s going to be on the back foot, try and box, we know that. We know exactly what he’s going to do, box on the back foot.
“We’re going to give the fans a great fight.”
Initial Report: Sky Sports