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Dillian Whyte vowed to send Dereck Chisora into retirement as the heavyweight rivals came face-to-face at their first press conference.
The British champion will settle his long-running rivalry with Chisora on the undercard of Anthony Joshua's IBF heavyweight title defence against Eric Molina at Manchester Arena on 10 December, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Whyte continued his war of words with 'Del Boy' as they shared a stage in front of the watching media and he believes the 32-year-old will be forced to quit the sport if he suffers a seventh defeat against him.
"For this fight, I'm not looking to go to points, I'm looking to put a stop to Dereck Chisora's career," said Whyte. "He's been nicking a living out of boxing and I think a lot of people want to see and end to him now.
"I'm looking forward to seeing him down on Thursday, collecting the bins in my neighbourhood after I put the beat down on him."
Chisora endured a split decision defeat against European champion Kubrat Pulev in the summer and Whyte gave a scathing assessment of the Finchley man's performance.
"Dereck is deluded as everyone knows," said Whyte. "He thought he was going to go over to Germany and KO Kubrat Pulev.
"He went out there and stank the place out. He showed no ambition and heart in that fight. All he did was come forward and keep getting hit in his face all night long, and the same thing is going to happen again. But this fight, I'm definitely looking to knock him out."
Both men have shared a ring during past sparring sessions, with Whyte suggesting he had the upper hand against his fellow Londoner, but Chisora disputed these claims.
"When we are talking about fighting, this is the god honest truth," said Chisora. "When Dillian came on the circuit, he was doing kickboxing, he was raw. He was good, he had the non fear factor.
"Every time we sparred I knew he would bring it for three or four rounds and then after that I would take over.
"I'm the headmaster of this school, I'm the Don."