Tyson Fury has promised Dereck Chisora he’ll ‘win the war’ when the pair meet on November 29.
The Morecambe giant posed with tank ahead of the rematch at the Excel Arena in a clash for the European and vacant British titles with a shot at the world heavyweight title also on the line.
Fury won the first battle between the pair in July 2011 and has promised he’ll be even better second time around.
The 26-year-old said: “I’ll give Chisora the biggest war he’s ever had.
“If he thought he was in a war with me the first time, he’s got no idea of what’s coming to him on November 29.
“Believe Chisora ain’t gonna last against me,
“You can’t bring a spud gun into a battle and that’s what Chisora is bringing into the ring against my bombs.
“My jab will pierce his defence and once I start detonating big right-hands on him he’ll quickly fall into a pile of rubble.
“I won the battle the first time, this time I’ll win the war.”