Chisora (17-4, 11 KOs) finished Malik Scott in the sixth round of their WBO International Heavyweight Championship bout on July 20 at Wembley Arena in London.
A longstanding lawbreaker who was found guilty of domestic abuse in November 2010, “Del Boy” is now tentatively slated to battle an unnamed opponent on September 21.
Comparatively, Klitschko (60-3, 52 KOs) will defend The Ring, WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight belts against Alexander Povetkin on October 5 at the SC Olimpiyskiy arena in Moscow.
"I want to get hold of that European title, because that will set up a shot against Wladimir that I've been waiting on for two years," said Chisora, 29, who lost a unanimous decision to Vitali Klitschko in February 2012. "I told him when I bumped into him in Ibiza that we had unfinished business and that I was coming for his world title belts. He seemed nervous about my presence but told me that he's ready to make it happen. It would be a very different fight to the Vitali fight, I'm a lot more experienced now, and experience was the only thing that beat me in that fight. It would be a very long night for Wladimir."
A gold medalist at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Klitschko most recently exited the squared circle on May 4 following an easy sixth round TKO victory over Italian Francesco Pianeta.
Currently ranked fourth in the pound-for-pound rankings, Hayden Panettiere’s boyfriend has emerged triumphant on 18 consecutive occasions since suffering a TKO at the hands of Lamon Brewster in April 2004.
Even more impressively, “Dr. Steelhammer” has now managed to safeguard his titles 14 straight times and remains a threat to Joe Louis’ longstanding record of 25 defenses.
As the third longest reigning king in heavyweight history, Klitschko truly is a prizefighter for the ages.
After the mammoth Ukrainian trumps Povetkin (26-0, 18 KOs) in Russia’s capital city this autumn, perhaps Klitschko will consider battering Chisora.