Chisora on coronavirus: ‘It’s GENOCIDE, people are Destroyers’
By Tim Royner: Dereck Chisora is pretty upset about the coronavirus pandemic as he heads into his May 23 fight against former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk at the O2 Arena in London, England. The fight could wind up being affected by the COVID 19 pandemic if it’s forced to be held indoors or rescheduled for a later point.
Chisora says he thinks that the coronavirus was created as a genocide weapon to wipe out people so that they can start over again. His thoughts are along the same lines of many conspiracy theorists who have surfaced recently with theories about who coronavirus came into existence.
Chisora says coronavirus was put out there for genocide purposes
“For him to take this risk, I don’t know but it’s going to be a good fight. I’m excited,” said Chisora to IFL TV. “Oleksandr is going to come to fight or box. It’s going to be one or the other, who knows? One thing I know is we’re going to train to our ability to overcome whatever hell we go through. So it’s going to be amazing.
“No, Coronavirus never affects me. Listen, it’s a sadness that is killing people,” said Chisora in giving his theory on how the coronavirus originated. “With all these resources we have and all these billions we have, people are dying.
“But at the same time, it’s GENOCIDE. You put something out there that can kill everyone and half of this population so we can rebuild. People complain about climate change. I think the most destroyers in the world are human beings, and maybe we can clear some of these human beings around. It’s OK. I think it’s been put out, come on, man. It’s been put out,” said Chisora.
Dereck’s theory on the coronavirus being put out there to harm people is what some conspiracy theorists are now saying. None of this has been substantiated. Obviously, there is a massive amount of rumors and speculation about how the virus came about.
Some people think it was designed as a bioweapon that the coronavirus either escaped or was intentionally released on the public. The other theory is the coronavirus was being studied in a research laboratory after being isolated from animals, and it was able to escape due to poor safety measures, according to VOX. The fact no one knows, and it’s now affecting the entire world.
Chisora wants to knockout Usyk
“That’s what the issue. You get southpaw and let’s rock and rock,” said Chisora. “I believe it’s going to be a good fight. I’m looking for a knockout.”
Chisora is probably going to need to score a stoppage of Usyk if he wants to beat him, as he doesn’t possess the same boxing skills to beat him by a 12 round decision. It’s safe to say that if the fight goes the distance, Usyk, 33, will have his hand raised unless Chisora knocks him down 2 to 3 times in the fight.
That’s not going to be easy for him to do though, because Usyk has never been down as a professional. However, Usyk also has never fought a talented heavyweight before like Chisora, so anything is possible. The only fight Usyk has had at heavyweight was against Chazz Witherspoon last October, and that was a really bad opponent. You can argue that Murat Gassiev should count as a heavyweight match for Usyk, given how big a puncher he is. Gassiev is a limited fighter, and nothing like a true professional heavyweight like Chisora.
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