Panel: What do you want to see Derek Chisora do now following his punishing loss against Tyson Fury?

Leigh Wooden (Featherweight contender)

I’d like to see him retire, to be genuine. He has been excellent for the sport and has entertained us all for a incredibly extended time. I’d like to now see him put his health and fitness very first. Certainly, even though, it has to be his choice. It’s down to him.

Wayne Alexander (Previous European super-welterweight champion)

I would like to see him dangle up the gloves. Following remaining a pro for around 15 a long time and owning a excellent career – profitable the British, Commonwealth and European heavyweight titles and boxing for the globe title twice – there is practically nothing more he can realize or confirm. If the people today all over Derek really treatment about his wellbeing, they will suggest him to phone it a working day. But, at the end of the working day, the selection is down to Derek, and, unfortunately, occasionally the previous human being to realise it is around is the fighter.

Chris Billam-Smith (European cruiserweight winner)

I’d like to see him retire. He has taken a lot of punishing losses and entertained us all plenty of. I picture he has completed effectively financially and he now shouldn’t just grow to be cannon fodder for fringe world-degree contenders.

Dan Morley (Skilled welterweight)

Chisora has been a good servant to British boxing. He is normally eager to fight the very best and has been in some fantastic fights. He has revitalised his occupation impressively and provided so a great deal entertainment, preventing most of the big names of his era and promoting out stadiums. Individually, I assume the time is correct for him to retire. He has taken a ton of weighty photographs versus huge hitters over a very long vocation and I would not want to see him go on also very long and get severely harm.