One gets the impression that Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora are on more friendly terms this time round coming into Saturday’s rematch in London.
First time round tables were thrown, glasses of water were thrown, a serious punch up bare knuckle nearly happened and in general, the language used to one another before that fight was of a more venomous and vicious nature.
This time round both guys are in a different place both mentally and physically.
Both are established pay per view attractions in the UK at this point and are experienced enough to know that the opportunity to fight one another will come when it comes on Saturday night.
That didn’t stop today’s final press conference getting very strange at one point however:
Dear or dear.
On a more serious note weigh-ins tomorrow between the two should offer an insight into just how successful the new partnership for Chisora with former foe David Haye has been.
Haye has claimed that Chisora is in career best condition and that he will be ready for 12 rounds of war this time round on Saturday as opposed to in Haye’s view — not having been for the first fight.