Oleksandr Uysk Outpoints Derek Chisora-Is Anthony Joshua Next?

Article by Rick Mohamed

Oleksandr Uysk took some punishment from Derek Chisora at the beginning of the first 5 rounds. Chisora kept the pace up and Usyk continued to be on his bicycle, moving away from the heat. Chisora let Usyk know how it feels to get hit by a true heavyweight. 
Usyk came on towards the latter rounds, touching a more slowed down Chisora and picking his shots better, then sticking and moving. Usyk was the smaller man no doubt, and sucked up some leather. Usyk proved to be tough, but one must wonder how tough is he as he faces much harder hitting heavyweights than Chisora? 
He definitely weathered the storm tonight and maintained his composure to get the W. Congrats to “Team USYK “
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