DEREK CHISORA has urged old pal Tyson Fury to give Dillian Whyte his overdue world title showdown.
The Finchley warhorse, 37, has lost to both men twice but remains a close friend of the giant WBC champion.
Whyte, 33, is the mandatory challenger for 33-year-old Fury’s iconic green and gold heavyweight belt.
And Chisora hopes his buddy – who has not boxed in England since 2018 – does not swerve the domestic dust-up, if the sanctioning body orders it.
The Londoner said: “The fight should happen in Manchester or Wembley.
“It is about time British fans saw the Gypsy King back in the UK.
“And the fact it would be a defence against one of our own should make it a great fight.”
Much-respected Chisora is also a trusted member of Anthony Joshua’s entourage and occasional sparring partner.
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The pair discussed AJ's September defence of his WBA, IBF and WBO world titles against Oleksandr Usyk at length.
But all of Chisora’s advice could not help AJ cling on to his belts.
However, he insists his mate will get rematch revenge over the Ukraine genius when they meet again in the Spring.
He said: “It will be a great fight and hopefully it will be back in the UK again.
“Right now Oleksandr is just keeping the belts warm, we don’t need to worry about that.”
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