DILLIAN WHYTE set up an April 13 rematch with Anthony Joshua with a savage knockout of Dereck Chisora.
The heavyweight pair reran their epic 2016 slugfest, that Whyte won on points, and provided spoilt fans with another humdinger.
Referee Marcus McDonnell did his best to ruin the evening by docking Chisora two points toward the end of the fight.
But the sensational round 11 left hook stopped the brilliant battle going the distance again.
True to his pre-fight words, Chisora went to war from the very first bell, squatting down and thrashing hooks at the 30-year-old’s body.
Brixton ace Whyte boxed clever, working behind the jab and shaking Chisora up in the first round.
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