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Derek Chisora has fought Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte, Vitali Klitschko and David Haye, but none of them punch harder than ‘Welsh Beef’ Darren Morgan

Derek Chisora has fought Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte, Vitali Klitschko and David Haye, but none of them punch harder than ‘Welsh Beef’ Darren Morgan

Derek Chisora has been around for a long time and fought many of the best heavyweights of the last few decades.

Since his boxing debut in 2007, ‘Del Boy’ was knocked out by a stunning left hook from Dillian Whyte, he was retired by his corner after being battered by Tyson Fury and has tasted the infamous ‘Hayemakers’ when stopped by David Haye in their grudge match.

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Fury and Chisora have fought twice with Fury winning both times

Haye and Chisora went on to settle their bad blood and Chisora was even managed by Haye for a while

Haye and Chisora went on to settle their bad blood and Chisora was even managed by Haye for a while

The London-based Chisora even went the distance with ‘Dr Ironfist’ himself, Vitali Klitschko, and he made it to the final bell twice against another former world champion in Joseph Parker.

None of these heavyweight giants, however, hold the mantle of being the hardest puncher he has ever faced and, when asked by talkSPORT who it was, he simply replied, “the Welsh Beef”.

Chisora was referring to the relatively unknown Darren Morgan.

In his third professional fight, in October 2007, he came up against Morgan in a four round fight at York Hall, winning every one to emerge victorious on points.

‘Del Boy’ was never knocked down by Morgan but he insisted he was the hardest puncher he had ever come up against.

Morgan is a 6ft 1in heavyweight from Swansea and put together a record of 8-5, with 6 KO’s, before retiring in 2014 having never been stopped in the ring.


Darren Morgan (left) pictured fighting in the quarter-final of Sky Sports Prize Fighter tournament

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Darren Morgan (left) pictured fighting in the quarter-final of Sky Sports Prize Fighter tournament

Chisora then gave talkSPORT his prediction for the Whyte vs Fury fight, making an £100 bet with presenter Simon Jordan.

“This is the whole reason we love boxing, the guys you think are not going to win, they win and suddenly you hold your head, ‘What happened? They won?’

“It looks like it shocks you, but really and truly it doesn’t.

“I’m…

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