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Dereck Chisora angry at support role for Joseph Parker heavyweight fight

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Heavyweight Dereck Chisora threatened to pull from the struggle of next month .
Chisora, 35, made an rant as he wanted more money.
The fight on 26 October in London’s O2 Stadium is the chief support into this world title bout between Josh Taylor along with Regis Prograis, at the closing of the World Boxing Super Series.
“Give me primary event or pull out of this show,” stated an angry Chisora.
“I am not going to market the O2 for these men to be the principal event. I’m being serious, you need me to sell the London audience, my London fans it , then place these guys that nobody understands about on my show and mug off me.
“I’m taking the most important stage, though not I need more cash.”
Ahead of the world lightweight title bout between Vasyl Lomachenko and Luke Campbell at the O2, promoter Eddie Hearn announced the occasion for 26 using the headline competition being involving the Taylor along with American Prograis of Scotland.
Both men are unbeaten holding the IBF entire world title and Prograis that the WBA and WBC belts in a struggle which also acts as the closing of the World Boxing Super Series – a eight-man, yearlong championship.
The very first news conference to promote the series was held at the Park Plaza London Riverbank hotel with Chisora and his promoter David Haye sitting on a leading table along with Sky Sports’ mind of boxing Adam Smith, promoters Hearn and Kalle Sauerland as well as Taylor and Prograis and their coaches.
Twenty minutes to the press conference, Hearn asked Chisora his ideas on the struggle and the Londoner asked”who is the major event of this fight?”
Hearn replied by saying”the gentleman sitting next to you” (meaning Prograis) and Chisora explained:”That is not likely to work for me personally ”
At one point, Prograis himself chased Chisora by saying that he and Taylor were the best two boxers in the super-lightweight branch and Chisora replied:”Do not get me started.
“No-one cares about you,” he further added. “I’m tired of selling shows rather than making money so offer me a few of this money you are making. Boxing is thriving the big men in the top 10, with all the heavyweights.
“Let them in Glasgow and they could sell out it.”
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