Dereck Chisora is too powerful for David Price who had to defeat TKO in the fourth round in the WBO Intercontinental Heavyweight battle.
Chisora humiliated Price in the additional battle of the IBF and WBA Super Light Unification duel between Josh Taylor vs. Regis Prograis at The O2 Arena, London, England, Saturday (10/26) night local time.
The duel of the two British Heavyweight fighters took place no less brutal than the Taylor vs Progais fight. Chisora’s superior experience has continued to push Price down since the early rounds.
In the second round, Chisora got a warning from referee Howard Foster for hitting too low in the restricted area of Price. But, actually, there was nothing wrong with Chisora’s punch.
A brutal duel occurred in the third round when the two fighters fought at close range before the bell rang. Chisora who had the upper hand continued to bombard Price who was cornered in a white corner.
Chisora’s brutal attack finally made Price fall to his knees. Price’s camp then threw the towel as a sign that the battle could not continue even though Price tried to get up.
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