The pair clash for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles on September 18 at the LG Arena, Birmingham.
The fight forms part of Frank Warren‘s Magnificent Seven card.
It’s a rematch of a fight the pair had two years ago, won by Chisora on stoppage.
But Sexton insists there will not be a repeat victory for his London rival.
“I’ve just improved so much there’s no way he can beat me, and he knows it as well,” he told BBC Radio Norfolk.
“I’ve come on so much since then, I was an amateur fighting in a pro ring then, my style’s a lot different now, I’m stronger and I’m fitter.” by Iain Axon www.frankwarren.tv
The Last time they met! | Derek Chisora vs Sam Sexton 1
Sam Sexton Interview prior to the fighters second meeting (rematch for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles on September 18 at the LG Arena in Birmingham.
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