Fury in foul-mouthed tirade aimed at opponent and reporter.
Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury had to be separated as tempers flared in a press-conference on Monday, with the pair betting a £100,000 on winning their fight.
While Chisora remained relatively calm throughout, Fury was unable to maintain his composure as he unleashed foul-mouthed rants at his rival and a reporter who questioned whether or not he was capable of refraining from using expletives.
Nevertheless, somewhere in the tirades, Fury promised to do significant damage to his opponent when they meet for a second time on July 26 at the Phones4u Arena in Manchester, while Chisora insists that he is a much better fighter and is in great condition this time round.
The Londoner insists that he was out of shape and not right mentally for their initial bout back in 2011, and as a result he was unable to put pressure on Fury during the course of the fight.
However, with trainer Don Charles adamant that they are in a much better place this time round, it is clear that fans should expect fireworks when the fighters step into the ring.
The winner is expected to go on and face Wladimir Klitschko for the WBO world heavyweight title, but Fury claims that the champion will not want to fight him and is looking elsewhere after Chisora, with unbeaten American star Deontay Wilder top of his list.
However, he remains fully focused on the task in hand in just under two weeks time, despite labelling Chisora a “journeyman” and one that he expects to beat comfortably.
Watch the full press conference in the video below, but please note that there is strong language throughout: