Watch Dereck Chisora vs Senad Gashi Live Stream, Date, Time, How to watch
Gashi faces Chisora on Saturday’s guard bill at The O2, which additionally includes individual heavyweight Dave Allen, Josh Kelly, Joe Cordina and Conor Benn.
“I certainly figure I can win against Derek Chisora. I have pictured this battle in my mind commonly,” said Gashi.
“I have battled in my mind multiple times against Derek Chisora, multiple times I won and one time I got precluded.”
At the point when inquired as to why he was excluded, Gashi kidded: “I bit too hard when he was on the ground.”
“I’m going to make an incredible battle, I had an extraordinary preparing camp with my group and my mentor. I’m going to put forth a valiant effort and the general population will appreciate it without a doubt.”
Gashi comes back to the O2 after he was halted via Carlos Takam in seven adjusts in the wake of venturing in at short notice against the previous world title challenger.
“I had only three days,” included Gashi. “In any case, I needed to get the opportunity since it was an extraordinary chance to confine London against a standout amongst the best on the planet and I had nothing to lose. I know I’m a warrior and I make each battle a war.”
Chisora will battle for the fourth time in succession at the O2 after he was thumped out by Dillian Whyte on his last visit to the scene on a similar December charge which highlighted Gashi-Takam.
The Londoner, who was ahead on the scorecards against Whyte before he was halted in the eleventh round, has since collaborated with Rotherham-based mentor Dave Coldwell and is resolved to skip once again into world-title dispute.
“The O2 brings loads of extraordinary recollections and disillusionments yet it’s a piece of boxing,” said Chisora. “One moment you’re hopping up on the ropes, the following moment laying under the ropes.
“This battle for me is an extraordinary battle for me, I’m energized for this battle, I’m anticipating this battle. New mentor, new abilities, it will astound.