Worn world heavyweight champion Joseph Parker has informed Dereck Chisora to “rep” not being essentially the most major tournament when the pair combat on 26 October.
Chisora, 35, delivered an expletive-laden rant at Monday’s news convention in objection to the combat supporting the Josh Taylor-Regis Prograis world large-lightweight unification bout.
He demanded extra money if he’s not in essentially the most major tournament at London’s O2 Arena.
“He’s continuously fleshy of surprises,” Parker informed BBC Sport in Las Vegas.
Chisora informed American Prograis and Scotland’s Taylor that “no-one cares” about their combat, with the London-essentially essentially essentially based fighter – who has been fined for throwing a desk at a news convention in the previous – strolling off stage after airing his views.
“It became once the major thing I noticed after I awoke on Monday morning,” acknowledged Fresh Zealand’s Parker, 27, who is coaching in Las Vegas.
“Dereck is Dereck, he’ll be detached or loopy. I notion as of lifeless he became once plenty calmer as a person and fighter however alternatively, the switch is there.
“I mediate there may perchance be a time and keep. Unquestionably him and I on the total is a well-known tournament if we had been on one other card. He brings loads of toughen and fans, I even had been lucky in gathering loads of fans from the UK too. Nonetheless you can not of direction fetch away from the guys at well-known tournament.
“Those two guys are undefeated and struggling with to unify belts and it be not our job to repeat the promoter what to trace. Now we include a snarl however in the kill rep where you are.”
Parker, who misplaced the WBO world heavyweight title to Anthony Joshua in 2018, did not succor the London news convention as he chose to point of interest on coaching.
Meanwhile, Chisora split from Dave Coldwell on Tuesday because the Rotherham-essentially essentially essentially based coach may perchance possibly well not re-stumble on to London.
Parker says the Briton’s experience of Forty fights – including 31 wins – over 12 years as a legit will point out he is conscious of “exactly what he wants”.
The Fresh Zealander answered to defeats by Joshua and Britain’s Dillian Whyte by reeling off two wins, most lately in opposition to Alex Leapai in June.