Chisora: Tyson bottom of food chain

Setanta Sports Ciaran Baynes 14th May, 2009

Derek Chisora has derided Tyson Fury as being 'the bottom of the food chain', insisting he would fight him 'tomorrow'.

Fury (5-0, 5 KOs) has caused a stir with his range of punches and loud opinions, but has not won favour with Chisora.

Chisora (9-0, 5 KOs) will meet British champion Danny Williams in the near future, though the likely date on June 27 has not been confirmed yet, as he will next be in action on May 22.

The Finchley fighter is not short of confidence himself and does not believe Fury would pose any threat to him.

"To be honest with you, I would fight Tyson Fury tomorrow morning in Manchester, if the money was right," Chisora said on Steve Bunce's Boxing Hour.

"Without a doubt, I would go to Manchester tomorrow morning and fight him.

"I'm not bothered [by him]. He's the bottom of the food chain.

I'll give my props to David Price. I like him. He can punch."

A more likely possibility in the short time would be a fight with Commonwealth champion Martin Rogan, but Chisora does not believe it is a given that he wins on Friday night against Sam Sexton - a man 'Del Boy' stopped in a thrilling contest last June.

"We can't right Sexton off. This is a boxing fight. Sam Sexton might go in there and destroy Rogan.

"I'm the person to beat. Rogan might win and a fight with him might happen."