Derek Chisora dives into the deep end after experiencing a rough day’s work as a pool boy.
The 38-year-old millionaire can sell any area of Britain with another speedy heavyweight fight or fill his own Hampstead Heath pool with vintage champagne.
But the crazy fan favorite decided to instead enlist the help of a swimming pool maintenance company on its Thursday that had to deal with a smelly sewage problem.
He was pictured cleaning leaves from an outdoor pool and assisting in the maintenance of an indoor pool.
Why he was helping is not clear.
It comes just weeks after Chisora showed incredible heart to survive three times and hear the final bell against Joseph Parker in December.
Warrior had to accept the 12th defeat of his rollercoaster career, but achieved another moral victory by simply staying in the ring and offering his body and soul to the ticket-buying fans who are regularly robbed of the best fights.
Their third consecutive defeat of a 32–12 record ended their chances of securing a world title any time soon.
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But the always-sporting, always-entertaining, born prize fighter said that alphabet belts that Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury, Dillian White and Alexander Usik are all arguing don’t make sense to him anymore.
And he’ll continue to dodge retirement better than punches because he still loves the hurt business.
“I like to fight”, he reminded us. My world title is that people recognize me on the streets – that’s all I love.
“I worked hard to reach the top. I used to box at York Hall. Now that 20,000 people see me, I don’t want to give it up easily.
“I don’t really care about the title that comes with it. Your taxi man, bin man, general cleaner, until I walk up there and recognizes me and says ‘That was a great fight’, that’s my world title.”
And Del Boy’s new skill set comes as no surprise to any of his fans as he confirms that his 18th frame will never fit the stereotypical box social media keeps his fellow boxers in.
“Some people have assumptions about boxers from their Instagram, but I’m not that guy,” he said.
“When I’m done I want people to look at my resume and say ‘he fought everybody’. I don’t want people to decide for me when I retire.”
“I decide for myself and I will be happy with my decision.”