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‘I like my chances, he’s a loser’ – Alan Brazil hilariously refuses to back down into Derek Chisora ​​after heated exchange with heavyweight boxer over Anthony Joshua’s chin

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Alan Brazil is ready to call it quits with Derek Chisora ​​after the heavyweight boxer challenged talkSPORT legend questioning Anthony Joshua’s chin strength.

Well, that’s what the Breakfast host said on Friday…long after the world heavyweight title challenger left the studio!

Brazil and Chisora ​​disagreed over Joshua’s chin
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Chisora ​​joined the Breakfast Thursday show to preempt Tyson Fury against Dillian Whyte, who is on talkSPORT LIVE from Wembley Stadium on Saturday night.

But things took a turn after Brazil claimed Joshua had a weaker chin than the Gypsy King, leading to a heated exchange as Chisora ​​defended AJ and demanded the former Manchester United striker and Scotland to “correct themselves”.

However, Brazil refused to back down when asked about Chisora ​​on Friday’s show…and seemed emboldened by the heavyweight’s absence.

The talkSPORT Breakfast host said: “Derek didn’t know what day it was – Let’s make it right!

“I never backed down. I imagine my chances. I thought he would have come as Mr. Muscle Man, but he didn’t. I thought, ‘Who is this guy?’

“Derek was too nice! That’s why he never won anything, he was too nice, he’s a loser!

Chisora ​​is good friends with AJ
Twitter: @DereckWarChisroa

The pair clashed when Chisora ​​boldly declared he would bet his house on Whyte winning by knockout against Fury, which raised eyebrows in the studio before talks turned to resistance to the punch of today’s top heavyweights.

“If we go back to AJ vs Dillian remember in that fight he rocked AJ,” Brazil began

“I thought he was going to beat him and AJ came back, but he doesn’t have an AJ chin, like Tyson has.”

Chisora ​​laughed at that and replied, “Sorry man, AJ is my friend, you can’t say things like that.”

'I like my chances, he's a loser' - Alan Brazil hilariously refuses to back down into Derek Chisora ​​after heated exchange with heavyweight boxer over Anthony Joshua's chin
Chisora ​​hit back in Brazil for his complaint about his friend AJ
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'I like my chances, he's a loser' - Alan Brazil hilariously refuses to back down into Derek Chisora ​​after heated exchange with heavyweight boxer over Anthony Joshua's chin
But the talkSPORT host has stuck to his guns
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Brazil replied: “But he’s having a hard time, isn’t he?”

To which Chisora ​​replied, “No, when you say he doesn’t have a chin, what does that mean he doesn’t have a chin?”

“You have to correct yourself on that.”

Brazil remained firm: “Well, let me say that I think Fury’s chin is stronger than AJ’s.”

“But they were both on the floor,” Chisora ​​replied. “Do you understand? They were on the ground, they came back from the ground and they won the fights.

“So I don’t understand when you say things like he doesn’t have a chin.”

'I like my chances, he's a loser' - Alan Brazil hilariously refuses to back down into Derek Chisora ​​after heated exchange with heavyweight boxer over Anthony Joshua's chin
Ruiz knocked Joshua down four times and stopped him in the seventh round of their first fight
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'I like my chances, he's a loser' - Alan Brazil hilariously refuses to back down into Derek Chisora ​​after heated exchange with heavyweight boxer over Anthony Joshua's chin
Fury was heavily dropped in the fourth round of his third fight with Wilder
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Brazil did it again: “Well, I think…”

But Chisora ​​interrupted him, “Don’t think so.

And Brazil continued: “No, no, I think if Dillian hits Fury, Fury will get back up.”

In the end, the pair had to agree to disagree on the matter and it seemed to be crushed…until Brazil marked Chisora ​​as a loser live on Friday morning.

We can’t wait to see the boxer’s reaction to this one…

talkSPORT will bring you live coverage of the huge world heavyweight title fight between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte at Wembley on Saturday night, with our coverage starting at 7.30pm and featuring expert analysis from Ben Davison’s ringside

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