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In November 2020, right after Derek Chisora’s loss to Oleksandr Usyk, he met his next opponent over a phone line in the form of talkSPORT’s Simon Jordan.

Speaking of the prospect of Chisora ​​facing Dillian Whyte for the third time, Jordan, an avid boxing enthusiast, did nothing in his assessment of the situation when telling Del Boy over the phone that he did not consider him to be a global level. fighter.

Simon Jordan did his best to take on Derek Chisora

Chisora ​​asked, “What’s the world level if you don’t mind me asking?” “

Jordan was quick to respond, “Well, the level that beats you every time you hit it.”

The conversation ended with Chisora ​​happily remarking, “I don’t like Simon anymore,” which made the people at talkSPORT studio laugh a lot.

Over a year after that meeting, Jordan finally had to face Chisora ​​in person when the boxer joined him with Jim White for their mid-morning show on talKSPORT.

Simon Jordan told Derek Chisora ​​what he thought of him after Oleksandr Usyk was lost, but would he say it to his face when Del Boy visited talkSPORT in person?
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“People told me ‘you won’t have the balls to tell the guy,’” Jordan told the boxer.

Chisora ​​interrupted: “Everyone gets a pair of balls if you’re on the other side of the phone.”

Mr. Jordan disagreed, however, adding, “We can all be tough on the phone, I understand. But I would have said the same thing to you in the studio, mate.

But everything was light and smiley as the former Crystal Palace president explained the background, pointing out that he was simply answering a question about Chisora’s abilities at the top table.

And Jordan elicited a big laugh from his opponent when he joked, “You wouldn’t hit a man with glasses, would you?”

Chisora ​​is 32-12, losing their last three fights, their previous two being back-to-back losses to Joseph Parker.

He may be 38, but has no plans to retire yet and is even looking for a date with Deontay Wilder for his next fight.

But there would be a lot of fans who wouldn’t mind Simon Jordan stepping into the ring instead!

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