Dereck Chisora vs David Price

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Dereck Chisora vs David Price
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2.8
Average: 2.8 (10 votes)

Date: 
Saturday, October 26, 2019
Location: 
O2 Arena, Greenwich, London, UK
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Referee: 
Howard John Foster

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Fan Cards: Dereck Chisora vs David Price


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scorecard by DIEGOYEYE
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scorecard by PHILLYPHAN69
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Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Price hits harder, Chisora can punch, but I think his style makes him look like more of a puncher. I think there is a big difference in power. Price was a better amateur, and I think Price was the better prospect. Chisora's chin is surely better, he's been down 3 times in 40 fights, Price, 5 in 31, Chisora has 3 stoppage losses, Price, 6. Price is big, but I don't think he's strong for his size. Chisora is very strong, great ring bully. For height and reach, no comparison, but both weighed in at 257 last time, I think Price will be 6-10lbs heavie, but there isn't a big size difference, and Chisora might be stronger.

Price was known to gas, but against Allen, he went 10 rounds, he was supposed to gas in 4-6 rounds, he did not, the pace was slow, but at the end, Price picked up his aggression and output, showed vast stamina improvement. It is possible Price tiring in fights was more about burning nervous energy than bad stamina, and based on his last fight, Price has decent stamina. I think Price has peaked at 36, based on his last fight, Chisora is 35, has been down and stopped less times, but I think he's had the same amount of damaging fights. Although Price has been brutally KO'd, so has Chisora, and although Price has been hurt more, he hasn't taken anywhere near as many punches in his career. Chisora has more losses, he's lost a lot more rounds than Price, having a better chin doesn't age a fighter better. I think Chisora has more miles, and I think Price has aged better.

Chisora has the better pedigree as a professional. Price hasn't been 12 rounds, Chisora has, 8 times, so if this fight goes past 10, that might favour Chisora. Price has been 10 rounds twice, he proved against Allen, he can do 10 rounds and not gas, but Chisora will force the pace more than Allen, so it is a bigger ask, and it might go past 10. After the Whyte KO, I think Chisora is shot, he was poor against Gashi, and against Szpilka, before the KO, he took a couple of clean shots, and got knocked back slightly, it doesn't prove Chisora is shot, but I thought his resistance was weaker against Whyte, and that was before the KO. Chisora might prove me wrong, he has a lot of miles, isn't young, but he might have a few fights left.

Chisora is better on the inside, Price is better on the outside, so range could be key. If Price uses his jab, that's bad for Chisora, I think he can't deal with the jab, he'll try to fight his fight, but if he is kept off, he'll struggle to force it, because he can't negate a solid jab. Price has done damage to body recently, but he's not the body puncher Chisora is. Short fighters are wise to use body shots to break a tall fighter down, and Chisora has always done that, Price is very tall, and I don't think he's good at blocking body shots, doesn't stop his opponent working on the inside, he is open to body shots, so if Price doesn't dictate with his jab, the body shots are there for Chisora.

I think Price's game plan will be similar to last time, use the jab to control the range and set up the right hand, be patient, feint, counter with the right hand if the opponent backs up at all, and when he tries to slip the jab or roll under the left hook, make him fall onto the uppercut. I think it's more of a challenge for Price to apply these tactics against Chisora, because unlike Allen, Chisora is consistent, doesn't fight like a sparring partner, he will apply more pressure, can cut off the ring a lot better.

Chisora must be patient, he can't back up, but he can't get reckless, because either way, he will get caught and possibly hurt. Chisora needs head movement, he's never cut that distance like Tyson, Frazier, but he can still break down the reach, land to the body, an the counter overhand is there if Price throws a lazy jab. Chisora has to make Price work, keep him moving, cut off the ring, and if Price's back touches the ropes, capitalise, smother Price's shots so he can't counter, like in the Whyte rematch. Chisora can do a lot of damage with hooks to the body at close range. Price's right uppercut is underrated, we've seen it in his last 3 fights, Chisora can't get hit clean with that, and the key for him is not to step to his left, because if he does that, and Price times him, he moves into that shot.

I think Price wins this, and I think so because I think he can control the majority the fight with his jab, and he can hurt Chisora, discourage and limit him from doing what he needs to do, he won't abandon his jab like Whyte did, let Chisora smother and out work him, I think he'll control the range, break Chisora's rhythm with the jab, be patient, opt to nick rounds, but land the right hand whenever Chisora relents, and time the counter right uppercut Chisora when the shot is there.

If Chisora hurts Price, I think Price will use better survival skill than before, but when Price gets hurt, he loses more often than wins, which is a reason he's an underdog. I think there will be a few momentum swings, both will be hurt, Chisora will be the aggressor, but Price will be more intelligent.

I think once Chisora is hurt, Price will almost empty his tank, won't stop Chisora, but it's a risk worth taking, because Price doesn't want to go past 10 against a 12 rounds veteran. I think Chisora, with the miles he has, is less likely to hold up when he gets caught clean, so if he gets hit clean and has to respect Price's power, it will be harder for him to push the fight.

I think Price beats Chisora by SD.

Matchroom's picture

According to Hearn, Price had already been training for a fight in early/mid November, and had more like a 4 week notice. So it should work out to a 6 week camp for Pricey. Here's the interview where I got this info https://youtu.be/UcGU-b8NRec if you don't like Eddie's banter start the video at the 9:50 mark, that's when he starts discussing Chisora vs Price.

Good write up so far Champ, I look for Pricey to continue to build on his last performance and beat Chisora by a wide points decision. As long as David stays relaxed and doesn't push for a KO instead of letting it come to him naturally I don't think there are many HW's that can defeat Dave at this tier level.

Champion97's picture

I know he had a fight planned for November, but I didn't know how long he'd been training, 6 weeks is probably just about enough, but it depends on how much Price has lived the life since the Allen fight, if he's not in much worse shape than then, he has enough time.

Thanks man, I appreciate you talking to me, life's too short for grudges. Do you want to be in the prediction competition this month? You are 1 fight behind, but there is not much in it at this stage, most of us only have 2 points.

It's hard to know what to make of Price, because he has the skills, power, and he trains hard, proved he was a 10 round fighter against Allen, but in the past, he has neglected his skilset, not used his reach, he's gassed after 4-6 rounds, and when he's been hurt, I don't think he lacks heart or quit against Thompson or Hammer, but he goes into the wilderness every time he gets hurt, has no survival skill, and becomes a very easy target. I wonder how much of Price tiring in the past was down to burning up nervous energy, because it's always seemed strange that an active fighter who keeps coming back from getting stopped doesn't have a gas tank, but against Allen, he proved us all wrong, showed stamina, skills, and tactical dicipline we haven't seen before, it's a pity it's taken this long, but I think Price has peaked at 36, just shows how much better heavyweights age than small fighters.

Matchroom's picture

Sure sounds good, I'll give it a look. I'm just not very good at remembering to get picks in.

Matchroom's picture

I'm looking for the October fights now, where do I find them?

Champion97's picture

Just here, all the months are built into the same post.
http://www.eyeonthering.com/forum/fight-vault-pcom

SalTnutZ1's picture

Hearing that Chisora is going to corner himself for this fight. Doesn't seem like that will go well, given his history of being aloof at times, and lacking drive. Should put more stock in Pricey's chances for sure.

Champion97's picture

Let's hope Price does it, he is an inspiration, kept at it, we all thought he was done after the Povetkin fight, all worried about his health, and people mock him, no chin, gasses etc, but he has peaked at 36, he didn't only prove us all wrong against Allen, but it was an easy fight, wasn't a much more competitive fight than Ortiz vs Allen.

MattDixon's picture

My prediction is that david price will win by tko in the middle/late rounds. Historically chisora has had troubles with the tall guys. Price in his last fight against allen showed good inside fighting which is where chisora will want the fight. I can see this being a waiting game for chisora to find his way in, but when he goes get inside he gets caught with a rear uppercut and goes on the backfoot.

Champion97's picture

Devastated, I dislike Chisora as a person, and have always been a fan of Price, so this is one of the most disappointing results I've ever seen. Chisora is probably on PEDs, but if he is, he is not the only one by a long way, he isn't shot, probably has a fight or two left, and I think Price is done, has to retire now, because he lost this fight worse than he lost to Povetkin, and Povetkin is a fair bit better than Chisora. I think Miller, Usyk, Parker, all the opponents Chisora is calling out, would beat him, I'm very confident on that, and I think Parker would have beaten him easily, because although he isn't shot, I think this fight was more about Price than it was about Chisora. Price hurt Chisora bad at the end of round 3, but he had nothing in the tank after landing that shot, collapsed onto his stool, so he couldn't build on it, and every time Chisora went on the attack, Price seemed to mentally freeze, didn't know what to do, like he has many times in the past.

MattDixon's picture

Honestly I kinda of like chisora. Hes an arsehole but hes found he likeability to me since he left don charles. I think (based on last performances) that chisora right now is better than povetkin and tbh I think chisora is better now than he ever has been. I always did like price but I think he has enough money to pack it in. Looking forward to chisoras next fight against parker or usyk and I believe he beats both of them

Champion97's picture

I very strongly disagree he is better than Povetkin, Price and Szpilka both made him look better than he is in my opinion, and I think he is well past it. I find him less likeable since he left Charles, I think he's a bully, I hope Parker smashes him into retirement if they fight, and Haye as his manager is a joke, Haye is all about the publicity and media, he's like a fly, everywhere, always showing his face.

You believe Chisora beats Parker or Usyk? That seems like a British fan supporting his countryman more than anything else, Chisora was hurt by Price in round 3 and it was Price's tank being empty, his own vulnerability which partly hid that. Parker beats Chisora and it is a lot easier than he beat Takam and Fury in my opinion, I'd pick a late stoppage, Chisora is lying when he says he knew he'd pull out, and Usyk, Johnny Nelson said Chisora should stay away from Usyk, Chisora is limited, he's not top 15 in my opinion, and Usyk beats him easy.

MattDixon's picture

Yes I am a british fan and do support my homeland gages. But you cant discredit chisora because he was hurt by price, price has hugh power that is unreal. Dave allen said he hits harder than both whyte and ortiz. I think chisoras pressure is too much for usyk and possibly parker. I think parker does better than usyk againest him. I respect your opinion tho mate

Champion97's picture

I'm saying he would have taken that shot better in his prime, not that he isn't good because the shot hurt him. Whyte knocked Chisora out, Chisora has been found out time and time again when he's stepped up, the only win which could even possibly put him in the top 10 is the Takam win. Do you believe him? That may or may not be true, but can Price use his power and set an opponent up like they can? Remember it's not just about how much power you can physically generate, Chisora got caught at the best possible time to get caught, and Price couldn't build on it because his tank was empty, people hyping Chisora's power because of the Szpilka KO is annoying, Szpilka had been down 8 times and Wilder believed he'd killed him.

I can't buy that you think that, everyone is entitled to an opinion, but I see no logic behind that whatsoever, these guys are on a different level to Price, I think Usyk, Povetkin, Parker, Chisora, are very easy to rank in terms of who's the best and worst, Usyk is 99% top, Chisora is 99% bottom. I would be shocked, shocked if Chisora beat Parker or Usyk, I think Povetkin would beat him now, so he definitely would have before, and Chisora is being made to look better than he is at this stage.

I respect your opinion, and it's good to see you are not another one of these Brits who refuses to give Parker any credit as a good fighter, but I have to ask, other than the question you have to ask about how he does at heavyweight in comparison to how he did at cruiserweight, what weaknesses do you see? And do you not think with the skill and technical brilliance we've seen from him, that he is better than Parker and Chisora even more so? I think Usyk is top 5 in the world, I see no reason why he can't be great at heavyweight, so I just struggle to get my head around the idea that Chisora even makes it more than slightly competitive for a short time.

MattDixon's picture

I just think usyks style isn't right for heavyweight. Based on the cruiser performances and Witherspoon. Hes too bouncy with his boxing, gets hit too easily and doesnt have the power. I can see him struggling with a pressure fighter like chisora. I think ruiz, Joshua, fury, wilder and whyte all beat him without a doubt in my mind. I'm an absolutely hugh usyk fan but I cant see him doing too much in the heavyweight scene.

Champion97's picture

I can't disagree enough because if he carries that mobility up, that's good for him, assuming that's what you mean when you say 'bouncy with his boxing'. Usyk's defence is brilliant, was against Gassiev and Witherspoon, he got drawn into a fight against Briedis and got off to a slow start against Bellew, but at heavyweight, you could tell he respected Witherspoon's power, and his defence was great.

I agree you have to question his power at heavyweight, he will need more volume against bigger fighter to the same damage as he did with fewer punches at 200, and it will be more of a breaking down process, but I think he has the patience not to get frustrated with his inability to hurt big fighters with a single shot, I think he will attack head and body, clean, pick up his output as the rounds go on.

For what it's worth, I think Chisora's style is bad for Usyk, but not the worst possible style, and I think Chisora could have the worst possible style for Usyk, and it still wouldn't make the fight close, because the difference in level is that much, and Usyk has has fought at least 5 fighters who are better than Chisora. Styles make fights, number 10 can beat number 1 if his style is that bad, but number 15, certainly number 20 is likely to still fall short because the sheer difference in calibre is too much, and thinking about it, I don't know if I rank Chisora in the top 15, certainly not top 10.

I think Usyk, if he deals with the move up in weight as well as I think he will, beats everyone except Fury, and that's if Fury keeps up what he's been doing for the last 18 months which I don't think he will, so in that case, I think Usyk is the best at heavyweight. Again, all I can agree on or even understand is the questions about weight, he had no trouble against Witherspoon, he was undisputed at 200, he might be bigger than Holyfield, certainly Frazier.

I respect your opinion, I'm sure we don't disagree this strongly on every boxing topic, but we couldn't disagree more strongly on this topic.

Do you want to be in the prediction competition?

David Price needs to retire