Dillian Whyte laughed off a "weird" threat from Derek Chisora after his British rival vowed to "go through" him like a laxative in next month's rematch.
The heavyweights were reunited for another filming of 'The Gloves Are Off' ahead of their second fight at The O2 on December 22, live on Sky Sports Box Office, and there was a heated dispute as they departed the studio.
Chisora had earlier given a crude description of how he would avenge his 2016 split decision defeat in Manchester, insisting he withstood Whyte's best punches in their first fight.
I'm going to go through this man.
"If you've ever taken those laxative pills," said Chisora. "You know the ones you take, you wait for 20 minutes, and then you go to the toilet, they go through you.
"I'm going to go through this man."
I'm just going to ride the donkey until his back legs give out again.
Whyte replied: "That's a bit of a weird analogy."
"You know exactly what I was talking about," Chisora continued. "I'm going to go through this guy. He hasn't got any power punch, or anything which is going to bother me. I'm going to go through him, you shall see. That's my strategy."
The Brixton man then risked an explosive reaction from Chisora as he again branded him a 'donkey', an insult which had sparked furious scenes in their first edition of 'The Gloves Are Off.'
"I'm just going to ride the donkey until his back legs give out again," said Whyte.
"Last time, his legs almost gave out, I just need to give him a couple more smacks."
Watch the rematch between Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora, from The O2, London, December 22, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Book online here.