Sport Bookie: Chisora stops Pala in the third round

Dereck ChisoraDereck Chisora was successfully able to defend his WBO International heavyweight title when he stopped Ondrej Pala in the third round at the Copper Box in London, and sport bookies were impressed with his performance.

In the third round, bookmakers UK saw that the Finchley fighter pounded Pala into the corner and when the Czech fighter turned his back on the action, the referee stopped the fight.

Chisora, who looked thinner, started the fight slowly, and sport bookies saw that he almost ended up paying the price when a left hook from his opponent caught him on the side of the head at the end of the first round.

At the start of the second round, Chisora walked straight on to another heavy left, forcing him to retreat while his head was clearing, and sport bookies were wondering what would happen next.

Bookmakers UK and price per head sportsbooks then saw that the Finchley fighter shot back with some of his own heavy ammunition and just before the bell he had Pala backed up with a heavy right of his own.

The end came in the third round when Chisora, who was showing much more determination and energy, hammered his opponent into submission in the corner with a series of heavy hits, leaving sport bookies everywhere and price per head sportsbooks very impressed.

In the corner, Pala was confused and hurt with his back to the action, and with 35 seconds left, the referee ended the fight.

Pay per head services saw that the win, which is Chisora’s fourth stoppage of the year which took his record to 19 victories from 23 fights, made sure that he kept his WBO International title, and took the WBA belt which was also on the line.

“Fair play to the guy. He hit me with some good shots, but he didn’t hurt me,”

Chisora said. “I want a big opponent, someone who can test me, and that’s what we’re pushing for now.

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“It’s all about getting into the right position to fight for those titles. I’ve just got to keep fighting and keep winning.”