Dereck Chisora has once again engaged in a war of words with his old rival, David Haye.
Back in 2011, Haye knocked Chisora out in the fifth round of their grudge match. The two had a heated rivalry that included a full-brawl at a post-fight press conference in Germany for Klitschko fight.
The two are once again trading verbal jabs, after Haye attempted to add Chisora to the undercard of his rematch with Tony Bellew on May at the O2 Arena in Las Vegas.
According to Haye, Chisora ran away from a good offer to face undefeated Olympic silver medal winner Joe Joyce on the undercard. At the moment Joyce only has two pro fights and returns this Saturday in his third.
"He hasn't offered me anything yet!," Chisora said to Sky Sports.
And Chisora expects Bellew to score another stoppage victory over Haye. Chisora does not believe Cuban trainer Ismael Salas to make any difference for Haye in the rematch.
"Listen, I'm just telling you now, the outcome will be the same. David Haye will talk cr*p and Tony will knock him out. It's not like he's changed anything, it's David Haye," Chisora said.
"The guy has still got his cane rows at 37. What kind of grown man wears cane rows at his age? The only thing he's changed is he's gone to get a small, short, trainer, who is 4ft 1 and can't train a heavyweight. He can't even speak English. Tony is going to stop him."
Chisora's immediate priority is to get his career back on track after losing a decision to undefeated European champion Agit Kabayel last November.
"You can expect something classy," the 34-year-old continued, "I'm losing weight so will have more movement, it's good to fight in London.
"Something just wasn't right last time out and it threw me off my game. As a pro, you don't want that.
"But you know what, it happened, it's done, it's in the past and now we'll just move on."