Chisora accused of match fixing after questionable body paint at weigh-in
Dereck 'WAR' Chisora has been accused of match fixing ahead of his blockbuster Halloween showdown with Oleksandr Usyk this weekend.
The British heavyweight appeared to be getting into the spirit of 'spooky season' this afternoon, arriving at the weigh-in with his face and torso covered in white war paint.
But on closer inspection, Sky Sports reporter Adam Smith noted that there was a message written on Chisora's chest in black paint, which read 'USYK TKO 9'. Many boxing fans have since suggested the message is a subtle hint to the corrupt boxing elite that the 36-year-old will be taking a dive in the 9th round of the fight and that the bets should be placed on a TKO victory for Usyk, the former undisputed cruiserweight champion of the world.
Others have opined that the message is simply a fight prediction from a crazed boxer who lost his mind sometime back in 2012.
(While you're here, we'd appreciate if you'd give us a like on Facebook, or follow us on Instagram or Twitter. Just click one of the links below! Or you can sign up to our newsletter!)