Tyson Fury has insisted that Anthony Joshua be dropped in his rematch against Alexander Usik later this year.
AJ, 32, is set to face the unbeaten Ukrainian in April as he seeks to become the three-time heavyweight champion.
The Watford native was dismissed against the 34-year-old after he was dismissed at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in September.
Speaking ahead of his dust-up, Derek Chisora told talkSPORT that he expects Joshua to avenge his loss at the hands of Usyk.
Del Boy also backed Joshua to defeat Fury, should the pair ever strike up, as he praised his punching power.
When asked who comes out on top, Chisora said: “I would go with AJ. AJ’s power punch is incredible.
“If AJ fights Fury, he has to go straight at him, blast him. He can’t box it. If he boxes with her, he loses. If you give Fury time on the ball, you are in trouble.”
The Gypsy King immediately hit back at his former rival, as he declared that if Deontay Wilder or Wladimir Klitschko could not stop him, Joshua had no chance.
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Taking to social media, he commented: “This is a message to Derek Chisora, I just saw you said you thought AJ would kick me out. Never in a million years.
“If the biggest puncher in history can’t get me out and Wladimir Klitschko can’t get me out, a big old bodybuilder can’t get me out my friend.
“So Dale, he doesn’t have the bottle to fight Usyk again. Usyk will break him next time, right.
“Never mind, beat him in the points, he’ll knock him out. But listen, it only takes a man like me.
“There’s only been one man on these shores, and he’s called the Gypsy King, AKA Tyson Fury.”
WBC King Fury is targeting a return to the ring on March 26 after his epic victory over Wilder in his trilogy encounter.
The WBC recently ordered Fury to defend his heavyweight title against mandatory challenger Dillon White.
But he later confirmed that any purse-sharing percentage would be 80 percent in favor of the champion.
White has since opposed the decision and is appealing it, pushing back the dates for the purse bids.
Fury’s US-based promoter Bob Arum has urged White to ‘scramble a lot’ and agree to a fight deal with a Manchester United fan.