Date: 1st January 2016 at 3:19pm
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After four wins on the comeback road.

Whilst the likes of Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte have been hogging the heavyweight headlines when it comes to British heavyweights, Dereck Chisora has been quietly going about rebuilding his career.

After being stopped, in the 10th round, by Tyson Fury a year ago, Chisora has switched camps and is now fighting for the Sauerland team.

In the year since the Tyson Fury defeat, Chisora has picked up four straight wins, taking his record to 24-5 with 16 wins coming by way of knockout.

With his stock having risen again, Chisora is now in the situation whereby he can pick a rich pay-day fight next time out with, so it appears, a choice of the EBY heavyweight champion Robert Helenius who has a record of 22-0 with 13 wins by knockout, Anthony Joshua 15-0 with all 15 wins coming by knockout, or Dillian Whyte 16-1 with 13 wins coming by way of knockout.

My feeling is that Chisora will head towards a bout with Helenius before, if he wins, a showdown with Joshua, how about you?