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Derek Chisora vs Kubrat Pulev 2: Results and latest updates and reaction as Derek Chisora

Derek Chisora ​​gave new life to his difficult and long silent career. When he claimed the vacant WBA International Heavyweight title on Saturday, July 9, at The O2 in London, England, winning his first victory in three years with a split decision against Kubrat Pulev.

Chisora ​​suffered three consecutive losses, albeit in good company, the last time Joseph Parker lost a point in a rematch last December, while Pulev led Wladimir Klitschko and Anthony Joshua to world honors in stoppage defeats. Twice failed to challenge.

The 38-year-old nicknamed Warrior returned to the match in 2016 after three defeats to the 41-year-old Bulgarian, which prompted some fans to want him to retire.

Chisora ​​(33-12, 23 KOs) got off to a great start, with his usual, intense pressure coping with the main early rounds of banking, but he had to return to the competition after halfway Allowed when he got tired.

In the tenth, another flowing wound appeared on Pulev's withered face, and he spat a cloud of his blood into the air. The greedy couple also exchanged an extra beat immediately after the bell rang.

And the anti-aging couple kept pushing the lumps of flesh against each other until the last bed saved them both from their arrogance and resilience.

After 12 rounds, Chisora ​​claimed an encouraging victory by winning 116-112, 116-112, 116-114. Derek Chisora ​​called on Deontay Wilder to add the American to the ever-improving boxing record.

The heavyweight veteran took up the challenge in his epic rematch after defeating Kubrat Pulev.

Chisora, 38, did not win in his last three bouts, the last time he celebrated victory in 2019.

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