DEREK CHISORA left Kubrat Pulev briefly disfigured thanks to a thundering right hand in their heavyweight thriller.
Fan favourite Chisora exacted revenge on the Bulgarian bruiser in their O2 Arena dust-up last Saturday, slugging his way to a split-decision victory.
And one of the Brit’s trademark overhand rights left Pulev looking completely unrecognisable.
A ringside photographer captured the moment Chisora’s right hand connected with Pulev’s chin and made his entire head snap back.
The force of hellacious blow left Pulev unrecognisable as every bit of skin on his face rippled simultaneously.
The sickening blow came before two-time world title challenger Pulev suffered two horrific cuts on his face.
Despite out-landing Chisora with a total of 200 punches to the Brit’s 171, the judges ultimately didn’t score the fight in Pulev’s favour.
Victory over Pulev snapped a three-fight losing streak for Del Boy, who has set his sights on a titanic showdown with former WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder.
After his 33rd professional victory, an emotional Chisora said: “I last won a fight three years ago…
“I’m happy today but at the same time I’m sad. I don’t have many left in me but what I do have I will give my all to you guys.
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“I don’t have many left, so my next couple of fights.
“I’m on my way out. I don’t want no easy fights, I want the hard fights.
“I told Eddie Hearn the other day, if he can get me the Bronze Bomber I’ll be happy.
“I want to fight everybody in my era. Win or lose, I just want to fight. I needed a win, I’ve lost so many fights on the road.
“What a great way to win it, I’m buzzing right now, you don’t understand. It feels great to be a winner.”
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