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Chisora promises Klitschko carnival

ESPN staff
October 15, 2013
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Dereck Chisora believes he is just two wins away from a shot at the Klitschkos next year - and he does not plan on doing it quietly.

The Londoner, nicknamed Del Boy, lost on points to elder sibling Vitali in February last year but his oddball behaviour stole the headlines - where he slapped his opponent at the weigh-in, resulting in a £32,000 fine, and received a four-week ban for brawling with David Haye at the post-fight press conference.

And Chisora insists that getting a shot at the world titles belts, currently held by the Klitschkos, is not about money.

"I've got so much up my sleeve for next time they may not even pay me by the time we leave," he said.

"I'm not going there to get paid, I'm going there to f*** them up - they hate me and want to hang me."

The 29-year-old defends his European heavyweight title against Switzerland's unbeaten Arnold Gjergjaj at London's Copper Box on November 30.

"I'm looking to this one -- then an eliminator, then the big one," Chisora added. "It may be less than a year. We have been there already, so we know what they are going to do. We are ready for it."

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