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Millionaire boxer Derek Chisora ​​spends his day experiencing work as a swimming boy to solve the sewage problem

DEREK CHISORA dived once more into the depths of boxing by going through a grueling day at work as a young swimmer.

The 38-year-old millionaire could sell out any part of the UK with another exciting heavyweight fight or fill your very own Hampstead Heath pool with vintage champagne.

Derek Chisora ​​had a day of work experience as a swimming boy

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Derek Chisora ​​had a day of work experience as a swimming boyCredit: Instagram / @thepoolguyml
The heavyweight unit helped a swimming pool maintenance company

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The heavyweight unit helped a swimming pool maintenance companyCredit: Instagram / @thepoolguyml
Chisora ​​cut her job

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Chisora ​​cut her jobCredit: Instagram / @ poolboyb4nners

But instead, the die-hard fan decided to spend his Thursday helping a pool maintenance company that was dealing with a particularly vexing wastewater problem.

Chisora ​​showed incredible heart by surviving three counts and hearing the final bell against Joseph Parker in December.

The warhorse suffered the 12th defeat of his roller coaster career but gained another spiritual victory by simply staying in the ring and dedicating his body and soul to the people. ticket-buying fans who are regularly robbed of the best matches.

His third consecutive loss of 32-12 ended his chances of winning the world title early.

But the born prize boxer has always been the game, forever entertaining given that the alphabet belts Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte and Oleksandr Usyk are arguing about mean nothing to him. now.

And he’ll keep dodging retirement better than he punches when he still love the hurt business.

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“I love fighting,” he reminds us. My world title is that people recognize me on the street – that’s all I love.

“I worked hard to get to the top. I used to box at York Hall. Now that I have 20,000 followers, I don’t want to give that away easily.

“I don’t really care about the title that comes with it. Your taxi driver, garbage collector, general cleaner, just have me walk in there and recognize me and say ‘that was a great battle’, that’s my world title. “

And Del Boy’s new skill set won’t come as a surprise to any of his fans as he confirms his 18th frame will never fit the stereotype that the media society brings in his colleagues.

“Some people have a perception of what a boxer is from their Instagram but I’m not that guy,” he said.

“When I’m done with work, I want people to look down at my resume and say ‘he fought everyone’. I don’t want people to decide for me when I retire.

“I make my own decisions and I will be happy with my decision.”

British heavyweight boxer wears'WAR' hat

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British heavyweight boxer wears ‘WAR’ hatCredit: Instagram / @thepoolguyml
Chisora ​​relaxes after a tiring day at work

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Chisora ​​relaxes after a tiring day at workCredit: Instagram / @ poolboyb4nners
Hard working people

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Hard working peopleCredit: Instagram / @ poolboyb4nners
Chisora ​​is shown ropes on her first day at work

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Chisora ​​is shown ropes on her first day at workCredit: Instagram / @ poolboyb4nners
Chisora's efforts were later revealed

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Chisora’s efforts were later revealedCredit: Instagram / @thepoolguyml

https://www.the-sun.com/sport/4510874/millionaire-derek-chisora-work-experience-pool-sewage/ Millionaire boxer Derek Chisora ​​spends his day experiencing work as a swimming boy to solve the sewage problem

Huynh Nguyen

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