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Sport News Joseph Parker ‘hangs out like a bad smell’ in heavyweight division as Simon Jordan backs Derek Chisora ​​to beat ‘boring’ fighter on the other hand

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Simon Jordan is supporting Derek Chisora ​​this weekend – because he thinks Joseph Parker is “boring” and “hanging out like a bad smell”.

The 29-year-old heavyweight will take on ‘Del Boy’, who will seek revenge after losing the last fight in controversial circumstances.

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Rematch promises to be an even bigger spectacle than this original fight

Even though he knocked Parker to the ground in ten seconds, Chisora ​​lost the game by split decision.

The duo will face Manchester AO Arena on Saturday and Jordan has explained why he wants Chisora ​​to win.

“I hope Derek wins it,” the former Crystal Palace chairman told talkSPORT.

“Because I think Parker is just boring, he doesn’t take risks and he had a world title.

Sport News Joseph Parker ‘hangs out like a bad smell’ in heavyweight division as Simon Jordan backs Derek Chisora ​​to beat ‘boring’ fighter on the other hand

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Chisora ​​knocked down Parker with the fight’s first meaningful punch and hopes it counts more this time around

“When I went to see him fight [Anthony] Joshua in Cardiff, it was just shocking.

“I know Anthony was trying to negotiate this fight by showing maybe some of his true colors that we saw later down the line, that is, he was reserving himself.

“But Parker, for me, I don’t know what he’s talking about.”

He added: “I’m sick of Parker hanging out like a bad smell, he keeps hanging out like he’s on the scene, like we should give him credibility.”

Sport News Joseph Parker ‘hangs out like a bad smell’ in heavyweight division as Simon Jordan backs Derek Chisora ​​to beat ‘boring’ fighter on the other hand

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While Jordan may not like Parker’s fighting style, he did the job against Chisora ​​the last time around.

“Really, really, he’s slashing past fights, there’s not much about him that makes him an engaging heavyweight.

“At least with Chisora, I think he’s limited at times, but at least with Chisora ​​you’re going to see something he’s opposed to, whether it’s Dillian [Whyte] or whoever else, you get what you pay for.



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