Tyson Fury requests the referee to stop his 2014 fight with Derek Chisora to save his opponent from a serious beating.
Del Boy is currently on a three-fight losing streak after a loss to Oleksandr Usyk, which was followed by back-to-back defeats to Joseph Parker less than a year later.
Despite this, the 38-year-old Brit recently announced that he is ready to take on former WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder.
However, the man who dethroned the American and then retained the title against the Bronze Bomber once delivered a brutal defeat to Chisora.
And it should serve as a warning to the Londoner as he tries to take another step at the elite level.
Chisora had already lost her British and Commonwealth belts to the Gypsy King in 2011.
But that didn’t stop him from having a rematch against Fury three years later.
Both men were battling for a potential title shot at Wladimir Klitschow on the line.
But Fury completely dominated Chisora for the ’round ten sore’ at Axel in London.
According to talkSPORT, at one point the Gypsy King even asked referee Marcus McDonnell to stop the fight to end his opponent’s misery.
In the end, Don Charles, Chisora’s former coach, stopped beating after tenth as he removed the gum shield from his man.
But the veteran star remains unimpressed as he plots a conflict against Wilder—a man who blew up Fury twice in his epic trilogy battle.
Chisora said: “I am ready for anything. I like to fight What most people don’t understand is that some people want the notion of being a boxer on Instagram.
“I’m not that guy. I want to be that guy that when I sit down and everyone looks at my resume, I want to say, ‘You know, I fought everybody in my era.’
“I don’t want to let people decide for me, I decide for myself and am happy with the decisions I make.
“So if I have to fight Deontay Wilder, if I have to fight anybody, if I have to fight an American, I don’t care, I will fight.”