Tyson Fury made a spectacle, as he'll often do, at his most recent press conference alongside Dereck Chisora to hype their July 26 rematch in Manchester. Promising to knock "idiot" Chisora out and put him to sleep, cursing and flipping tables, Fury stormed out of the presser in a huff.
Chisora isn't buying any of Fury's act this time, and says he's past the days when he would look to fight someone at a press conference:
"Shall we give him a Golden Globe or not? He needs to get a bit of publicity - he needs people to talk about him. But we just laugh. ... With him swearing at me, two or three years ago we would have been rolling around on the floor right now. But, as you can see, right now I'm very calm. I'm a boxer, a professional athlete now."
Chisora (20-4, 13 KO) may still be most famous for his presser brawl in Germany with David Haye in 2012, which led to a fight between the two after Chisora had lost to Vitali Klitschko. Fury (22-0, 16 KO) generally carries on like this before fights, often appearing a joking, carefree sort that builds opponents up and says he conducts himself as a gentleman, and then turning on a dime and cursing blue streaks and promising to knock everyone out or whatever. Fury is a character, and often a caricature, but he's the one with the win in the first Fury-Chisora bout back in 2011.