- David Haye v Dereck Chisora
Chisora holds significant weight advantage over Haye
David Haye will give up over two stone in weight to his opponent Dereck Chisora when the controversial pair meet inside the ring on Saturday.
Meeting for the final time before the fight at Thursday's weigh-in, Chisora tipped the scales at 17 st 6lbs (247lbs) - comfortably more than Haye, who looked in fitter condition as he took the stage but nevertheless only measured in at 15st 1 (211lbs).
Both men were once again separated by a steel fence as they weighed in, but the duo nevertheless squared off for a further time after completing their official duties - with Chisora promising to punish Haye when they meet inside Upton Park.
"I'm coming, I'm coming," Chisora repeatedly said as the duo stared each other down - before Haye once again poked fun at his rival's recent record inside the ring, which has seen him beaten by Tyson Fury, Robert Helenius and Vitali Klitschko.
Chisora, however, had his own retort.
"He's going to have the same record [come Saturday]," Chisora said. "He's going to have three losses, just like I've got three loses."