British duo set to go toe-to-toe in Manchester on July 26.
The war of words continued in the aftermath of their official press conference on Monday, with Dereck Chisora insisting that Tyson Fury is scared ahead of their rematch on July 26 in Manchester.
The British pair will meet three years on from their first fight which saw Tyson Fury claim victory, although the prize on offer is much more significant this time round as they will be fighting for a chance to take on Wladimir Klitschko for the WBO heavyweight title.
While both fighters believe that they have improved significantly since their last encounter due to experience and fighting a higher calibre of opponent as they have developed, Fury believes that the fight will not go the distance this time round.
In contrast, Chisora believes that Fury is scared ahead of their rematch, and insists that he will be the man to end his unbeaten run and go on to bigger and better things.
While Deontay Wilder is a possibility for the loser of this clash, it is understood that the American will fight the winner of Steve Arreola-Bermane Stiverne for the WBC strap, which could then in turn set up a title fight between himself and either of his British rivals.
Nevertheless, Klitschko remains the biggest prize on offer for the winner in Manchester in July, with Fury confident that he can defeat him.
Watch the videos below for reaction from both fighters on their upcoming clash, but please note that there is strong language throughout: