Chisora intends to give Usyk brutal introduction to heavyweight division.

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The British Dereck Chisora is eying a violent victory over Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Usyk as he intends to give former cruiserweight champion a brutal introduction to the heavyweight division, Sky Sports reports.

Chisora has been outlined as a future opponent for Usyk for a long time. However, the fight has not been officially announced yet.

According to Usyk's co-promoter, WBO mandatory challenger is now dealing with an injury of the left shoulder, which is the main reason why the original date for the heavyweight clash was postponed.

However, the Briton is calmly waiting for the fight, expecting nothing but a win.

Related: Usyk to face Chisora in May, fight to take place in England

At the same time, he understands the level of Usyk's boxing skills. When Chisora was asked about potential boxing tactics, his reply was quite concise: "You have to just go to hell and come back".

As we reported earlier, a potential superfight between Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua might be in jeopardy.

Eddie Hearn, Joshua's promoter, stated that the Briton would drop a belt in order to fight the winner of the rematch been Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.

Related: Usyk is not on my list, he is a no name, - Tyson Fury

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