Dereck Chisora v Vitali Klitschko: Frank Warren confident they"ll be no "Khanspiracy"

Warren confident they'll be no 'Khanspiracy' when Chisora takes on Klitschko

Promoter Frank Warren is confident there will be no issue with ringside officials when Dereck Chisora has his shot at WBC world heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko at the Oympiahalle in Munich, Germany next month.

British fighter Amir Khan recently suffered a controversial split decision loss against local favourite Lamont Peterson in Washington DC, which cost him his WBA and IBF light-welterweight titles.

Head-to-head: Vitali Klitschko will face Dereck Chisora in Munich next month

Head-to-head: Vitali Klitschko will face Dereck Chisora in Munich next month

Khan has called for the fight to be declared a no contest, with a hearing set for January 18.

Warren believes there will be no such problems when Chisora takes on Klitschko next month.

'The fight will be under a lot of scrutiny, we will be asking the Boxing Board of Control to have neutral officials,' said Warren.

Man in the hat: Lamont Peterson celebrates after controversially beating Khan

Man in the hat: Lamont Peterson celebrates after controversially beating Khan

'We have had the last couple of fights with British guys abroad when there has been some controversy.

'The eyes of the world will be on this fight, so I am quite sure that they will ensure the right people are appointed as referees and judges.'

Up for the fight: Chisora is confident of an upset

Up for the fight: Chisora is confident of an upset

Chisora is looking to bounce back from the disappointment of a controversial points defeat in his European heavyweight bout with Robert Helenius in Finland, having also lost to Tyson Fury in their British title showdown in July last year.

The 27-year-old Londoner has no problems with fighting overseas – and claims he can thrive on any negative atmosphere.

He said: 'I love it. In Helsinki I was the underdog, but the more boos I heard, the more excited I was.

'We will travel anywhere to fight and I am looking forward to fighting in a famous stadium for the biggest prize.'

Chisora has targeted a shock victory over the veteran three-time world champion, having seen his plans to take on IBF, WBO and WBA champion Wladimir Klitschko scuppered by the holder's injury problems.

'No 8 is my lucky number and Vitali is going down in the eighth round,' said Chisora when the pair came head to head at a pre-fight press conference in London on Tuesday.

'He just does not know what is coming – I am physically and mentally coming to take what is his and make it mine.

'I hope you are prepared for that.

'I have already said to Vitali “I hope you don't chicken out like your little brother, just make sure you are there”.

'I just hope you do not come up with excuses, say “there is a problem with this or that”. I just want to fight.'

Chisora added: 'The time is here. He is the doctor and I am the black plague. I am coming to destroy him in his own back yard.'