Chisora praises Usyk's skills, admits possibility of being outboxed.

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Dereck Chisora (32-9, 23 KOs) admits that Oleksandr Usyk (17-0, 13 KOs) might outbox him in their upcoming bout, XSports reports.

After being asked by a reporter on his thoughts about Usyk, Chisora gave quite candid answer: "He is a good fighter, this will be a big fight, he is going to be out, but we will see," he stated.

The Briton also stated that he did not know anything about the date of their future bout.

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

As we reported earlier, according to Usyk's co-promoter, the long-awaited bout between him and Dereck Chisora will take in England in May.

There were rumours that Usyk sustained an injury of his left elbow, which is the main reason why the initial date was postponed.

However, the Ukrainian boxer disproved this information, stating that he is feeling good.

"I saw a photo saying that the bout was cancelled or postponed due to an injury. Friends, all glory to God - no injuries. Everything is wonderful. Just for those who are anxious - do not worry, and those who rejoice - continue doing so. Everything is good, we have very great maintenance. That is 33 years. Every 33 years we carry out great maintenance," Usyk said.

Related: Chisora intends to give Usyk brutal introduction to heavyweight division

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