Dereck Chisora and Dillian Whyte have started their rivalry up again but instead of throwing a table at his opponent Chisora has this time confused everyone with the weirdest comparison in history.
Heavyweight boxing is alive and well. In the past few years it's been building back up to a very strong position and last Saturday's fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder just cemented the fact.
Britain doesn't have to wait too long for another big heavyweight fight either as later this month Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora will reignite their rivalry with a second fight, two years after their first one.
The pair hit the headlines ahead of their first meeting in the ring when Chisora picked up the table in front of him at the press conference and flung it across the stage at his opponent.
The second fight is likely to go off without quite as many fireworks. The pair do seem to have grown more respect for one another after Whyte's split decision victory in 2016.
Despite that the smack talk has already kicked off but this time in a bizarre way. Speaking at a head-to-head Chisora weirdly seemed to compare himself as a laxative who would 'go through' Whyte:
Muhammad Ali, 1964: "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee."- Andy Ha (@AndyHa_) December 4, 2018
Dereck Chisora, 2018:pic.twitter.com/fm8hxsr5yk
Dereck Chisora vowing to flow from Dillian Whyte's anus like medically induced diarrhoea is the best trash talk of an extremely competitive 2018 field. pic.twitter.com/3w09Ap1cTs- Declan Taylor (@DeclanTaylor87) December 4, 2018
When Derek Chisora said he had found god, I was expecting some pearls of wisdom.- BOXING ROYALTY (@BoxRoyalPod) December 5, 2018
:toilet: Not quite.pic.twitter.com/vaUTC39XiR
Whyte is undefeated in eight fights since losing to Anthony Joshua in December 2015 and his last outing was a shock victory over Joseph Parker.
Chisora has won three and lost one since his last meeting with Whyte and he beat another former AJ opponent, Carlos Takam, on the same night Whyte beat Parker, on his last outing.
There's a potentially huge night ahead for the winner as they'd be expected to face Anthony Joshua at Wembley in April.