Former British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Dereck Chisora plans to fight bitter rival David Haye every inch of the way when the pair clash at the West Ham soccer ground in east London on Saturday night.
Following a media workout at the Finchley Boxing Club on Monday Chisora took part in a media conference call and declared he was going to fight Haye from the first to last round
"I’m going to give you a great fight," said Chisora on Monday’s media conference call.
"I’ll take nothing away from David Haye, he comes in in great shape, he trains hard. Two great athletes in that ring and we’ll see what will happen.
"I like to give it my all, I like to be tired after my own fight, I want to push myself to boundaries I’ve never been before.
"It’s a fight. I’m not looking to box. I want to fight, whatever the round is, I want to fight and I want to punch him.
A fired up Chisora added: "Haye does not know what he’s got himself involved in, this is going to be a fight!
"I’m going to be all over him like a baby’s rash, he’s never fought anybody like me."
Haye was also booked to take part in the conference call but reportedly overslept.
July 10, 2012