British heavyweight is nursing an injury, but not too concerned.
Dereck Chisora has revealed he found the ‘table flipping’ incident embarrassing, but is confident that he will make Tyson Fury fold on July 26.
The two British heavyweight rivals will meet in the ring for the second time in Manchester in a final world title eliminator with the winner expected to go on and face reigning IBF, WBA and WBO champion Wladimir Klitschko.
The pair previously met back in 2011 when an out-of-shape Chisora was defeated in a unanimous points decision to Fury, but he claims this time round he will be at his best to ensure he doesn’t miss another opportunity for a world title.
Meanwhile, Fury made the headlines last month after he stormed out of the press conference, and he believes that Chisora is no better a fighter today than in 2011 and is confident that he will get the job done.
Chisora also reveals that he is currently nursing an injury, but he is confident that he will be fully recovered soon enough to resume training and preparations for the fight.
Watch the interview below courtesy of iFL TV, but please note that there is strong language throughout: