Now he came up with the bad idea of slapping Klitschko at the weigh in.
That ranks right up there with jumping in shark infested waters. Be ambitious but be smart. Not many think Chisora has a chance but he thinks he has as good a shot as anyone to beat the 40 year old champion.
"Everybody's tired of you and your brother," Chisora said. "There's no excitement in the ring. It's time for the new king. People want a new relief in boxing. Him and his brother have killed the sport I love."
"I'm looking forward to this fight," Chisora said. "And I trained hard. And the way we're going to be fighting will be a hundred miles an hour from the first round to round eight, which I promise you fans that he's going down on."
"Right now, I can smell fear in this corner right now. If you can't smell it, I can. You know, right here I smell a bit of fear, to the opposite side, because they know they're about to lose something massive," Chisora said as he pointed at Klitschko earlier this week.
"I'm physically, emotionally, mentally looking forward to this fight because it's going to be one heck of a fight, I tell you that now."
After the pimp slap by Chisora, Vitali promised that he'll be the one giving the beating on Saturday.
"I am going to hit back on Saturday," the Ukrainian champion said. "He will get his beating."
"Chisora can hit, and I do, too. So I don't see it going 12 rounds," Klitschko said.
"I'm really looking forward to teaching this young gentleman a lesson," the champion said. "He is from Great Britain, but he's lacking appropriate manners."
It sounds like Chisora is looking to make this a brawl. I don't know if he wants to do that with Klitschko, who is a skilled ring technician. Chisora might get his shots in but I see another Klitschko stoppage in the seventh round.
Maybe after this Chisora will remember he's Dereck Chisora and not Muhammad Ali.