This past Saturday night at the O2 Arena in London, heavyweight veteran Derek Chisora ended his three fight losing streak with a twelve round split decision over Kubrat Pulev in a fireworks rematch.
Around six years ago, it was Pulev who won a twelve round split decision over Chisora.
Entering that fight, Chisora had lost decision to Oleksandr Usyk and a pair of point verdicts to Joseph Parker.
After the fight, Chisora called for a fight with former WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.
"I last won a fight three years ago… I'm happy today but at the same time I'm sad. I don't have many left in me but what I do have I will give my all to you guys. I don't have many left, so my next couple of fights... I'm on my way out," Chisora said.
"I don't want no easy fights, I want the hard fights. I told Eddie Hearn the other day, if he can get me the Bronze Bomber I'll be happy. I want to fight everybody in my era. Win or lose, I just want to fight."
But, Chisora's close friend, former cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew, does not want Chisora to take such a dangerous risk in facing Wilder - widely regarding as one of the most dangerous punchers in the sport.
"That's the worrying thing [about Chisora asking for Wilder]," Bellew said. "It's tough to see where he goes and which fights he wants.
"I'd rather see him just fight Pulev again [than Wilder.]. Who wouldn't want to see that again? It's 1-1, I would pay to see that again - I'm not paying for [Chisora vs Wilder], I don't want to see that.
"Listen, I'm going to back him no matter what. But Deontay Wilder is one of the most ferocious punchers the heavyweight division has seen in a long, long time."