David Haye has branded British heavyweight rival Dereck Chisora a 'joke'.
The two rivals meet at Upton Park today in a fight that will be attended by more than 30,000 spectators and watched by an estimated 500,000.
Five months of controversy, hearings, legal challenges and insults will come to an end when the sworn enemies collide in the ring. The shameful brawl in Munich that disgraced British boxing initiated the feud.
"It's fair to say I really don't like Chisora - I fought him for free in February - but there will be no emotion in the fight," Haye said.
It was a mixed night for British boxing as Amir Khan suffered a devastating second successive defeat in Las Vegas against Danny Garcia.
David Haye produced an explosive fifth-round stoppage of Dereck Chisora to win a thrilling grudge match at Upton Park.