I’ll kill you, boxer threatens man, lands self in court

British acted angrily after he lost last match to Tyson Fury, ordered to pay victims and 60 hours community service

Zimbabwean born British boxer, Dereck Chisora will appear in court for letting anger get to his head when he screamed at driver, Mansor Nikpor and threatened to kill his passenger Majid Rezaemi on December 8 for blocking his Mercedes while they visited the Post Office.

‘’If you don’t move your car I’m going to punch you, smash both of your faces and then the car,’’  Chisora screamed at the men.

Chisora who lost his last fight to Irish boxer, Tyson Fury admitted that he lost his temper in court and so acted on impulse.

‘’I’m late for my appointment. I’ll kill you,'' he yelled at the men as they walked away from the car

In hearing, Chisora, 30 explained to the Hendon Magistrates’ Court: ''I asked politely at first and then when he started to wind me up I told him, “Move the f*****g car.

''I had just been to buy dinner for my little girl and it was in the car so, yeah, I was really p****d off. I said I’d kill him. I was angry.’’

He is made to pay the men £100 each and serve 60 hours in community service for using 'threatening behaviour with intent to cause fear or provoke unlawful violence towards the pair.'


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