British heavyweight champion Derek Chisora
“After I have stopped Sexton again, I’ll do the same to Tyson Fury,”Chisora. 
Derek Chisora says he’ll clean up the rest of the domestic division – after he’s beaten Sam Sexton.

The unbeaten prospect defends his British heavyweight title on September 18 at the LG Arena, Birmingham.

He’s also gunning for Sexton’s Commonwealth crown.

And the 26-year-old is so confident of victory, he’s already got some other opponents in mind.

“After I have stopped Sexton again, I’ll do the same to Tyson Fury,” said Chisora.

“He’s got a big mouth but an even bigger belly.

“I saw his fight against John McDermott, and I couldn’t believe what bad shape the pair of them were in.”

Fury is in line to challenge Chisora next, should he come through against Sexton.

But there are a couple of other domestic heavyweights that Chisora also fancies his chances against.

“Martin Rogan is supposed to be making a comeback, and I wouldn’t mind going over to Ireland and dealing with him,” said Del Boy.

“Sexton’s beaten him twice already, but Rogan says he was injured in both of those fights. He won’t be able to come up with an excuse once I flatten him.

“The man I really want though is Audley Harrison. How he won the European title, I really don’t know.

“He got lucky against Michael Sprott, but I’m quite happy to knock him out as well and hopefully send him into retirement once and for all.”

Tickets for the huge Magnificent Seven show promoted by Frank Warren are now on sale for what will be one of the most ambitious fight cards ever seen in Britain and takes place on September 18 at the LG Arena in Birmingham.

The title fights in full are:

European light-heavyweight champion NATHAN CLEVERLY steps up to to challenge for the Interim WBO World Light-Heavyweight championship against KARO MURAT

The long-awaited welterweight showdown between KELL BROOK and MICHAEL JENNINGS, which will double as a WBO world title eliminator

Dynamite-fisted Welshman Enzo Maccarinelli defends his European Cruiserweight championship against ALEXANDER FRENKEL

RYAN RHODES in a defence of his European light-middleweight title against LUKAS KONECNY

MATTHEW MACKLIN in a massive domestic showdown against bitter rival DARREN BARKER for the European, Commonwealth and British Middleweight championships

A major heavyweight shoot-out between British Champion Derek Chisora and Commonwealth Champion SAM SEXTON

A first defence for WBA International super-middleweight champion JAMES DeGALE

A debut championship fight for 2007 Amateur World Champion FRANKIE GAVIN against CURTIS WOODHOUSE

A return for former Commonwealth super-flyweight champion DON BROADHURST in an English title fight

Tickets are priced at £40, £50, £80, £150 and £200 and are available from:

LG Arena

0844 338 8000

Ticketmaster

0844 844 0444


See Tickets

0871 220 0260

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