DERECK CHISORA celebrated his whitewash victory against Senad Gashi by back-flipping into a pond.
Chisora laboured past southpaw Gashi at the O2 on Saturday night on the way to a shutout points win.
The 35-year-old fan favourite was returning for the first time since being smashed by London rival Dillian Whyte last time out.
Chisora, now managed by former nemesis David Haye, posted a video of himself with friends back-flipping into a lake – in good spirits after his return win.
Despite the good morale post-fight, it was a frustrating contest for the Finchley fighter who struggled to pin Gashi down over 10 rounds.
Chisora was always on the front foot but failed to stamp his mark on the bout – which was helped by Gashi’s unwillingness to fight back.
The former world title challenger now puts himself in line for another big fight – and ex-WBO world champion Joseph Parker is the targeted next opponent.
Chisora could see himself boxing the New Zealander, who ilast year was beaten by Anthony Joshua and Whyte, on July 20 at the O2 Arena.
Whyte tops the bill that night facing unbeaten Colombian Oscar Rivas as he continues he surge for a world title shot.
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