It was a brief warm up for Chisora who had not been in the ring since he was soundly beaten last November by Tyson Fury, yet it took all of 30 seconds to shake off the rust and dispose of Lobjanidze with a clubbing overhand right in the 1st round that sent his foe crumpling helplessly to the canvas.
Del Boy stated his intention before the fight to try and get a rematch with Robert Helenius who beat him in 2011 in a fight most felt he was extremely unlucky to lose, and post fight last night he stated an intention to fight Erkan Teper – who knocked David Price out cold to win the EBU title last weekend – possibly in September.
Yet an interesting pair of tweets last night from Frank Warren suggested he could indeed face unbeaten Australian heavyweight contender Lucas Browne, who fights Gonzalo Basile next month in his homeland, and is currently waiting for his shot against WBA (reg) heavyweight champion Ruslan Chagaev.
“You want to see Chisora vs Browne? Let us know! RT the below tweet, if the public wants it, it tends to happen!”
“@delboychisora v @bigdaddybrowne1 is a great fight……ultimately the public decides if it happens by demand. If you want it RT this!”
In theory it should be an easy fight to put together as Browne is promoted by former world champion and Warren charge, Ricky Hatton.
At time of writing, there were around 400 RT’s.