Promoter Mick Hennessy has revealed that he has had a request to draft in extra security for tomorrow's weigh-in for Saturday night's British and Commonwealth heavyweight title clash between champion Dereck Chisora and challenger Tyson Fury.
Hennessy, who is staging the grudge clash at Wembley Arena, says the bad blood between the two fighters runs deep, to the point that the British Boxing Board of Control have banned the traditional head to head at the weigh-in, which takes place tomorrow at the Crown Moran Hotel in Cricklewood, London.
Hennessy said: "The war of words between Tyson and Chisora has had a real edge to it and we have a genuine grudge clash on our hands and the British Boxing Board of Control have put in place a number of restrictions for the weigh-in.
"It just shows you how much this fight means to both fighters. We know that Tyson has had some tough words for Chisora and Chisora has no time for Tyson so it should make for a great fight.
"We just don't want the fight starting at the weigh-in so there will be a lot of security to make sure the two fighters stay apart. But come fight time I'm convinced that there will only be one winner and that's Tyson.
"Chisora backed away from the press conference this week, he and his team refused to attend the press conference on Monday but come this Saturday there will be no hiding place in the ring."