Dereck Chisora says he'll give David Haye a bigger nightmare than Carl Thompson did when they meet in their grudge fight next month.
Finchley scrapper Chisora takes on Haye in one of British boxing's biggest-ever fights at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday 14 July, with the Zimbabwe-born boxer quick to remind Haye of the night he lost his unbeaten professional record to Thompson in 2004.
Thompson battered Haye into submission at Wembley Arena to retain his IBO world cruiserweight title with a fifth-round knockout. Haye's only other loss was to Wladimir Klitschko on points in July last year and Chisora is determined to add his name to the list of those who have tasted victory over former WBA heavyweight champion Haye.
"Haye's going to wish he was in the ring with Carl Thompson again - that was mild compared to what I'm going to be dishing out to him," said Chisora, 28.
"I'll be taking Haye out of the game, this will be his last fight in boxing and he can forgot about fighting any Klitschko again. He'll need more than one of his Hayemaker's to stop me coming at him on the night."
Chisora said his pride and fighting heart will break 31-year-old Haye down, adding: "There's too much pride on the line, there's no way I'm going to lose to Haye.
"I'm going to break Haye down mentally and physically - he's all mouth and he now knows that he's in a real fight against me What's he going to do when he lands his best punches and they have no effect and I'm still in his face throwing punches?"
Haye v Chisora promises to be a spectacular night of boxing, with a host of big names and some of Britain's best up-and-coming talent on a packed undercard.
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