London’s Dereck “Del Boy” Chisora swept Bosnia’s Drazan Janjanin, 27, aside in two-rounds in Stockholm, Sweden earlier tonight to get back on the winning trail following his split decision loss to Kubrat Pulev for the vacant European title in May.

Chisora (26-6, 18 KOs) dropped his man with a left to the body in round two, Janjanin (now 13-8, 12 early) was counted out in the act of rising at 1:09 of the round and offered little resistance against his experienced 32-year-old foe.

Chisora is rumoured to be pencilled in for a fight against Dillian Whyte either later this year, possibly on the undercard of Anthony Joshua’s IBf heavyweight title defence an as-yet unnamed foe on at the Manchester Arena on November 26, or early next year in a genuine crossroads encounter.

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