Joshua vs Molina: Dereck Chisora hopes face-off with Dillian Whyte will go ahead in fight week
By Richard Damerell
Last Updated: 02/12/16 11:47am
Dereck Chisora says his pre-fight face-off with Dillian Whyte should go ahead, despite calls for more security measures to separate the heavyweight rivals.
The feuding pair had to be separated by security staff while filming 'The Gloves Are Off', but they will cross paths again next week ahead of their British title fight on the Anthony Joshua-Eric Molina bill on December 10, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
But 'Del Boy' insists he will not spark a physical confrontation with his fellow Londoner if they go head to head again.
"Listen man, I'm chilled now," Chisora exclusively told Sky Sports. "I just want the fight to go ahead. I don't want to do any commotion, I'm fine."
The face-off should go ahead, I think the fans want to see a face-off.
Referring to 'The Gloves Are Off' row, he said: "With me, I never know what is going to happen. Sometimes if I get bored I just trigger off. I was just bored.
"The face-off should go ahead. I think the fans want to see a face-off. Of course we want to have a face-off."
Chisora spent part of his training camp in Russia after flying out for sparring sessions with Alexander Povetkin ahead of the Russian's WBC final eliminator with Bermane Stiverne on December 17.
The 32-year-old Finchley man has fought some of the biggest names in the division, but admits he is fired up for next week's grudge fight.
"I'm happy, we're only a few days away from the fight," said Chisora. "I'm all excited. Every fight is always important in terms of how you come back.
"I believe this fight is very important for me, so I'm just excited for the fight."
Watch Dillian Whyte v Dereck Chisora on the undercard of Joshua v Molina, on December 10, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Book the event online here.