Derek Chisora established an expletive-laden rant and hauled from Monday’s press conference ahead of next month’s showdown.
Chisora faces Parker on the Regis Prograis-Josh Taylor bill at The O2 on October 26, live on Sky Sports Box Office, and manager David Haye supported the British heavyweight will not work with coach David Coldwell for your fight.
Prograis and Taylor will rival the’ WBA’Super’ and IBF super-lightweight world names, while the Muhammad Ali trophy are also on the line at the WBSS final, but an angry Chisora torn the script up and also needed top billing for his non-title fight with Parker.
“Who is the major event of this fight,” requested Chisora, who then launched into an upset foul-mouthed tirade after being told it was the two guys sitting next to him by promoter Eddie Hearn.
Prograis, who retains the WBA’super’ and WBC bead super-lightweight titles, interrupted Chisora by pointing out,”We are # 1 No 2″.
Prior to the press conference had concluded, leaving Haye to explain his behaviour, the 35-year-old then departed the point.
Haye told Sky Sports:”I was a little surprised, however Derekthey call him’War Chisora’ for a reason. Into the war zone’s turned real early. He has spent 10 days outside so maybe a little bit of jet lag. Maybe he’s brought over a few of that spite he showed into the media conference, in sparring.
“I looked at him and watched that the vibe, the bubbling going. I thought,’oh, oh, let’s hope he stays sitting’. He did. So far as Derek is worried, this was kind of his best behavior, no tables obtained thrown.
“Not ideal, but Derek is Derek and that is why people pay to view Derek. He let everyone know how he felt, wrong or right. He gets things off his chest otherwise he explodes. He didn’t explode today, so far as I’m concerned as his boss, I’m happyish.”
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