In a split decision, two judges gave the fight to Helenius on 115 to 113 verdicts while the third gave Chisora a win on the same margin, though, many including respected boxing trainer Freddie Roach felt the Zimbabwean was robbed of a clear cut win according to reports coming from Helsinki.
Warren says Helenius does not deserve the Saturday win and has asked for an immediate rematch between the two in which he is funding. Warren has described the decision to award the title to Helenius as the worst decision in his boxing career adding that Helenius should not hold his head high as he was outclassed by the Zimbabwean.
The promoter of the title fight Wilfriend Sauderland agrees with Warren saying it was a lucky win for Halenius and has also asked for a rematch between the unbeaten Helenius and the Zimbabwean whose record has fallen to 16 fights against two losses.
Chisora was bidding to win the European title after losing his British and Commonwealth championship to Tyson Fury in July and hopefully challenge Vitali and Wladimir Klitshko for the world titles. The two brothers have refused a unification title fight saying they cannot fight against each other.
The bout between Chisora and Helenius was watched by close to 10 000 boxing fans most of whom think the decision given was not a true reflection of the outcome as the three judges all hail from Finland, the original home of Helenius now based in Berlin German.