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Dave Coldwell looking to get Dereck Chisora back on track in heavyweight division with win against Senad Gashi
Dave Coldwell didn’t have time to observe the rare silence that his gym had anticipated with the well-deserved retirement of Tony Bellew following his loss to Oleksandr Usyk last November. With the bulk of his coaching priorities set to be swallowed up by Anthony Fowler, Jordan Gill, and the McDonnell twins, Gavin and Jamie, Coldwell’s Rotherham-based gym had lost one of its most colorful character’s with Bellew’s departure from the sport, but unbeknownst to Coldwell, another charismatic star of British boxing was about to make a crucial decision.Join DAZN and watch Chisora vs. Gashi on April 20, plus more than 100 fight nights a year When Dereck Chisora lost to his old rival, Dillian Whyte, days before Christmas last year, the London heavyweight knew a change was necessary. Managed by David Haye, the former foes sat down and discussed a new strategy moving forward that would hopefully bring Chisora more success and it was decided that Coldwell would be onboard. After guiding Bellew and McDonnell to world titles in recent years and overseeing the evolution of a number of quality prospects, Chisora and Haye believed Coldwell was the perfect fit for the former world belt challenger, and the Sheffield trainer was happy to accept responsibility.“He’s someone I’ve always liked,” buzzed Coldwell, just days away from cornering Chisora for the first time against Senad Gashi, which is live on DAZN. “I’ve enjoyed watching him as a fan and I’ve had him in my gym on multiple occasions to help Tony out when he was preparing for some of his hardest nights against David Haye. It’s weird how the sport throws up situations like this, but only a couple of years ago you had Dereck helping Tony ahead of Haye fights and now myself, Dereck and David are all on the same team. It’s working out brilliantly so far and I think we’ll see some immediate results starting this Saturday.”In Chisora, Coldwell is mentoring a fighter who has undoubtedly seen better days. A fixture of the British heavyweight scene for a number of years, Chisora has mixed in company of the highest order with the likes of Haye, Whyte, Tyson Fury and Vitali Klitschko featuring on his decorated ledger. Today, Chisora is searching for a number of wins that can position him back at the business end of the division following his heart-breaking loss to Whyte, and Coldwell believes that a couple of wins can open the door for a meaningful opportunity. “The setback against Whyte has happened and now it’s time for Dereck to rebuild. You only have to look at the Carlos Takam fight from last year to see that he was still hungry at certain points because he found the shot he needed from a losing position. I need that Chisora all the time and not just in little glimpses. There’s a number of good fights out there that can open the door for one of the bigger names in the division and that’s what we’re looking at for the remainder of the year. Someone like Joseph Parker, a former world champion who still has a lot of value would be a perfect fight for Dereck and as long as he comes through against Gashi, that’s a potential fight we could look at.”With the heavyweight league essentially dominated by the Fury, Anthony Joshua, and Deontay Wilder, the chasing pack below them is where Chisora currently finds himself. A decent field of solid contenders are desperately pursuing the prizes and paydays that the aforementioned names offer, and Coldwell is hopeful that his latest charge can demonstrate to a big audience this Saturday night why he’s still very much a threat in a sport that he has already contributed so much to.“He seems really hungry to me and that’s a good thing. He knows what it’s like to just fall short at the top and it’s a feeling that he doesn’t want to experience again. Dereck has always seen himself as one of the world’s best heavyweights, but when the chance to prove it has arrived, he’s fell short for one reason or another. I’m liking what I’m seeing in the gym and there seems to be a clear picture of what he wants moving forward. You’re only ever a couple of fights from disaster or triumph in this sport and if Dereck can get it right and show the world what he’s showing me then 2019 and beyond can be very interesting for him.”