London, Feb. 14 : Boxer Dereck Chisora has said that he won't be intimidated by Vitali Klitschko, and claimed that the WBC heavyweight champ is the one who should be worried.
Chisora, 28, says he will stand up to Klitschko when they clash in Munich''s Olympiahalle on Saturday and is undaunted by his huge underdog tag.
According to The Mirror, Chisora has claimed that he will be too fast for Klitschko, who is 12 years his senior, and has predicted that he will stop the Ukrainian in the eighth round to become the first fighter to beat him since Lennox Lewis in 2003.
"The way I''m going to fight, he won''t be able to keep up with the pace I''m going to set. It will be at a 100 miles an hour and his old legs won''t be able to keep up. I''m not scared of him. He''s human, he bleeds and so do I. It''s the end for Vitali, I promise you," said Chisora. (ANI)