What do you get when you put a 14 fight novice in with one of the most dominant heavyweight champions in history, in his prime? Answer: a mismatch.
Unfortunately there just aren't enough credible challengers out there for Wlad to be in a competitive fight anytime soon. What we have here is both Klitschko brothers wiping out all comers, so whereas usually a fighter like Chisora would have to wait another few years, giving him a chance to gain the experience he needs, now the opportunity comes twice as quick. Can you blame him for taking it? He will be going from making a few tens of thousands of pounds a fight, to over a million!
Now that between them the Klitschko's have beaten every worthy opponent, they are having to feast on the next would-be worthy challengers before they get the chance to develop. Teddy Atlas can see this, so he's rightly holding back his heavyweight prospect, Alexander Povetkin, who happens to have much more experience of quality opposition than Chisora.
Still it could be worse, in the old days heavyweight champions like Bob Fitzsimmons, Jim Jefferies and Jack Dempsey simply refused to defend the title until a challenger that they deemed worthy came along.
Chisora is talented and looked great stopping overrated contender Sam Sexton last time out. He has a better chance than most of the heavyweights that haven't fought a Klitschko, but that doesn't mean he has a chance.
Chisora doesn't have the power, and at 6'1.5" doesn't have the size to be effective in this one. I'm sure he will put up a valiant effort but he will be softened up with the jab before being knocked out in the 11th or 12th, if not before.