Dereck Chisora may have his second bout with Dillian Whyte in just four days time, but the 34-year-old is already looking at a third match-up with Tyson Fury despite already suffering two defeats to the Gypsy King.
There isn't many fighters Chisora hasn't called out, fought, or disagreed with in his 11-year, 29-8 career, but his feud with Fury isn't done just yet... in his eyes.
Fury beat the Zimbabwe-born Brit on a unanimous points decision in 2011 before coming back for more in 2014.
That time he was retired by his corner as Fury won the European, WBO International, and vacant British heavyweight titles.
"Me and the big guy, we have to have a third one," Chisora said about Fury, as per The Metro.
"When I see him I say, ‘are we going to have a third one?’ And he says, ‘we’re going to have a third one’.
"So it’s going to happen, it’s our destiny to have a third fight.
"This time last year in Monaco he was standing next to me and he was a big guy, he was overweight, I’ve got pictures of me and him.
"I said to him 'listen, people can tell you what to do but only you yourself can change', and he said, 'don’t worry, I’m coming back.'
"Me and Fury have the same mindset — we’ve not done enough yet, that’s the drive me and Fury have."
Fury has made a remarkable comeback since drug and mental health problems kept him out the sport for almost three years.
Following warm-up bouts against Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta, the Brit took on Deontay Wilder in a controversial draw earlier this month.
Chisora takes on Whyte for the second time this weekend after losing on a split decision in December 2016, meaning he surrendered his WBC international heavyweight title.
He gained the WBA heavyweight title when he beat Carlos Takam in July, a title he will defend on Saturday, whilst the WBC Silver and WBO International heavyweight titles will also be on the line.
However determined Chisora is for round three, Fury may be a tad preoccupied on a rematch with Wilder, or a fight with Anthony Joshua.