Dillian Whyte's brilliant reaction after Dereck Chisora explains how he will beat him

Dillian Whyte & Dereck Chisora

The year 2018 has been a brilliant one for boxing.

The British side of the sport is well and truly back on the map, with Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury on Saturday evening one of the finest heavyweight bouts in some years.

And the division will end with a bang on December 22, when Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora get the pay-per-view treatment for their much-anticipated rematch.

Whoever wins the all-British bout is likely to be in contention for a world title shot against Anthony Joshua on April 13.

Whyte will go into the fight as the favourite after his points win over Joseph Parker last time out, but Chisora certainly has a significant chance of victory.

Del Boy's knockout win over Carlos Takam reminded the boxing world of not only his skills, but his ferocious power.

However, it seems Chisora isn't too great at making analogies.

That's because the one he used to describe how he would beat Dillian Whyte really was the definition of bizarre.

You can watch the short clip below from Sky Sports' 'The Gloves are Off'.



Johnny Nelson asks Chisora: "How do you beat this man?"

Chisora then replies: "It's like this man, have you ever taken those pills, laxative pills? You know the ones you take, pop and you wait for 20 minutes and you go to the toilet and they go through you?

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

Erm, okay Dereck...

Chisora at the press conference

Whyte's reaction is priceless, looking utterly perplexed at his opponent before saying: "That's a bit of a weird analogy."

Well said, Dillian.

Both Whyte and Chisora put on a memorable fight back in December 2016, with Whyte eventually prevailing by split decision.

A number of boxing fans believe Chisora done more than enough to win the bout and he will be desperate for revenge.

Whyte during the fight with Parker

However, Whyte's improvement in the last two years will make it a far harder contest for Del Boy this time around.

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