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'I'll bounce back'

   

Dereck Chisora loses European title fight on points in Monaco

   
05/11/2017 00:00:00
by UK Media
 
 
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ZIMBABWE born heavyweight Dereck Chisora failed to take the European title as German Agit Kabayel retained his belt with a majority points win.

In the lavish surroundings of Le Casino de Monte Carlo in Monaco Saturday, 25-year-old Kabayel was by far the lighter on his feet.

And Londoner Chisora could find no solution to his opponent's movement.

The 33-year-old produced a defiant final round but Kabayel won 115-113 and 115-114 on two cards, with the third judge scoring the fight 114-114.

Chisora has lost three of his past five contests and seven in total in a 35-fight career stretching back to 2007.

"I'm not going to complain, I lost the fight," Chisora, who had targeted a rematch with British rival Dillian Whyte, told Sky Sports.

"I always bounce back so I'm not worried."

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