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Derek Chisora Says He Has A 'Hard On' For Kubrat Pulev During Face-Off

Max Sherry

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Derek Chisora Says He Has A 'Hard On' For Kubrat Pulev During Face-Off

Derek Chisora left his opponent Kubrat Pulev, promoter Eddie Hearn and everyone on-set perplexed after giving one of the weirdest analogies anyone has ever heard.

British heavyweight Chisora was having a sit down with Pulev ahead of their upcoming rematch in July when their exchange started turning very X-rated.

The pair were discussing the Bulgarian star's last fight, a unanimous decision victory over the relatively-unknown Jerry Forest.

Chisora was far from impressed with the match-up, insisting he only fights the very best in the business.

But while attempting to explain this, Chisora took the conversation down a very different avenue.

“You’ve got Miss Universe there and you’ve got some Timbuktu chick somewhere, fat, smelly p***y," he began.

“Which one would you go for? Which one would you rather wake up for and get a hard on?

“I’m getting my hard on for you, that’s what I’m trying to explain to you.

“So, you have to understand, I am going to come ferocious and vicious, mate."

Matchroom Boxing shared a clip of the incident on Twitter, perfectly summing it up by captioning it: “WTF!”

Unsurprisingly, this isn't the first time that Chisora has tried and failed to use an analogy during a face-off.

Back in 2018, ahead of his grudge match with fellow Brit Dillian Whyte, Chisora referred to to laxatives in what will go down as one of the most bizarre and incredible trash-talking moments in boxing history.

Staring at Whyte from across the table, he asked: "Have you ever taken those pills, the laxatives?

"You know the ones you take, you pop and you wait for 20 minutes and then you go to the toilet and they go through you?

"I'm going to go through this man."

Whyte's face was a picture.

Trying not to laugh at what had just come out of Chisora's mouth, a rather confused looking Whyte paused for a brief moment before saying what everyone must have been thinking.

He replied: "That's a bit of a weird analogy, isn't it?"

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Matchroom

Topics: Australia, Boxing, Dereck Chisora, Kubrat Pulev

Max Sherry
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