Dereck Chisora: British boxer needs to ‘accept’ support role – Joseph Parker

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By Luke Reddy
BBC Sport in Las Vegas
Former world heavyweight champion Joseph Parker has advised Dereck Chisora to”accept” not really becoming the major event when the pair fight on 26 October.
35, chisora, delivered an rant to the struggle supporting the Josh Taylor-Regis Prograis entire globe unification bout that was super-lightweight.
He demanded cash if he’s not in the main event in London’s O2 Arena.
“He’s constantly full of surprises,” Parker told BBC Sport at vegas.
Chisora told American Prograis and also Scotland’s Taylor that”nobody whined” in their struggle, with the London-based fighter – that has been fined for casting a table in a press conference before – walking off stage after airing his views.
“It had been the first thing I found after I woke up on Monday afternoon,” said New Zealand’s Parker, 27, who is training in Las Vegas.
“Dereck is Dereck, he can be composed or crazy. I thought as of late he had been a good deal calmer as a individual and fighter but again, the switch is there.
“I think there is a time and location. Him and I could be a main event if we had been on another card. He brings a lot of lovers and support, I have been blessed in collecting a lot of fans from the united kingdom. However, you can’t really take away from the men at event.
“Those two guys are undefeated and struggling to merge straps and it’s not our job to inform the promoter things to do. We have a state but ultimately accept where you are.”
Parker, who dropped the WBO world title to Anthony Joshua in 2018, didn’t attend the London news conference since he decided to concentrate on training.
Meanwhile, the Chisora and Dave Coldwell on Tuesday divide apart as the Rotherham-based trainer could not re-locate into London.
Parker says that the Briton’s experience of 40 fights – like 31 wins – within 12 years as an expert will mean he knows”exactly what he desires”.
The New Zealander responded to defeats by trickling two wins, most recently against Alex Leapai at June.
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