Date: 2nd January 2014 at 5:17pm
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And we have to say it is a little disappointing!

Although by the medium of bravado Dereck Chisora tried to tempt Tyson Fury to fight him on February 15th, the date set aside for Chisora?s next fight, it?ll not be Tyson who?ll be in the opposite corner.

Instead Chisora, the current EBU heavyweight title holder will be taking on Andriy Rudenko. Now whilst the challenger may have a record of 24-0, with 13 by way of knockout, his reputation doesn?t fill me with much hope that this will be a competitive fight.

Doing a bit of delving, Rudenko is described as a ?Big hitting Klitschko clone? he hasn?t fought anyone of any significance and at six feet tall isn?t the biggest of heavyweight?s out there. In fact continuing to delve we find that he?s described as someone with slow hand speed and that Chisora?s camp knows exactly what they are doing in selecting this opponent.

Here at Vital Boxing we?re pretty sure that Chisora will register another win as he brushes aside opponents in order to look light a genuine world title contender. But knowing Dereck, we?re sure the night won?t be without controversy!