Date: 2nd April 2017 at 2:21pm
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After the brutal fight with Dillian Whyte, a fight that many thought could have gone either way, Dereck Chisora is set to step back into the ring again on May 27th.

Whilst many would have liked to have seen a re-match with Whyte, it looks as if that will be put on the back-burner.

Instead Chisora will venture to Helsinki, Finland, to take on Robert Helenius, at the Hartwell Arena.

It will be the second time Chisora has fought Helenius, on the first occasion, back in 2011, it was Helenius who took the decision, a result hotly disputed by Chisora.

This time around the duo will be fighting for the WBC silver heavyweight title, which could offer the winner a chance at a world title shot.

Chisora will enter the ring with a professional record that reads 26-7 with 18 wins coming by knockout whilst Helenius enters the ring with a record that reads 24-1 with 15 wins coming by way of knockout.

Talking about engaging with the six feet six inch Helenius again, Chisora has remarked to the media,

?I don?t think Robert took me seriously last time.

?But this time he will need to train harder than ever. I?m going to take him to places he has never been before, and I?m going to stop him. I?m not playing around. This guy is in trouble. When I come back to Helsinki, I?m going to be in war mode.?

Can Chisora pull this one off in what could be one last throw of the dice?