Derek Chisora still hurting after defeat to Dillian Whyte but intends to fight on, says trainer Don Charles | Boxing News |

Derek Chisora still hurting after defeat to Dillian Whyte but intends to fight on, says trainer Don Charles | Boxing News |

Derek Chisora still hurting after defeat to Dillian Whyte but intends to fight on, says trainer Don Charles | Boxing News |

Derek Chisora wants to continue his career after loss to Dillian Whyte in December

Derek Chisora is still “hurting” after his rematch defeat to Dillian Whyte, but he intends to “fight on”, says long-term trainer Don Charles.

Chisora had earned a lead over Whyte from two of the judges until being deducted a second point in the 11th round, and any debate about a decision was rendered meaningless when Whyte then delivered a fight-ending left hook at The O2 in December.

After undergoing medical checks, Chisora met with Charles to discuss his career and the 35-year-old heavyweight has dismissed any thoughts of retirement.

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