One of the most experienced fighters in the heavyweight division at the moment, Chisora has built up a reputation for being arguably one of the more entertaining fighters inside and outside of the ring in world boxing.
Despite having only 20 fights as an amateur, Chisora did win the 2006 ABA Championships at super heavyweight but his professional career would turn out to be far more successful than his amateur one.
'Delboy', as he used to be known, has never been a fighter to duck a fight. He's shared the ring with the likes of Vitali Klitschko, David Haye, Kubrat Pulev, Dillian Whyte and Tyson Fury on two occasions. However, he's only fought for a world title once and victory over Usyk here will undoubtedly put him in prime position to potentially fight Anthony Joshua in early 2021.
Where and how does Chisora win this fight? Well, it's fair to say he probably needs a knockout. As previously mentioned, Usyk is without doubt the far superior boxer with the better ring IQ. However, what Chisora lacks in intelligence, he makes up for with his one-punch power and engine.
Nine of Chisora's last 10 wins have come by stoppage against established heavyweights, so there's no questioning the fact he can punch. The Brit also needs to be dirty. A common problem when a southpaw fights an orthodox is standing on each other's feet. Chisora needs to get that front foot all over Usyk's lead foot so that when 'Delboy' does decide to step into range to land a big shot, the Ukrainian will more than likely be caught off balance which obviously means more chance of Chisora getting a knockdown.
If the Londoner manages to do the above along with cutting the ring off with big steps and not just little movements, he has the potential to cause a massive shock.