By Daniel Matthews For Mailonline
Published: 16:56 GMT, 29 October 2020 | Updated: 17:05 GMT, 29 October 2020
Oleksandr Usyk came armed with a hurley and sliotar before responding to Derek Chisora’s declaration of war by warning his heavyweight rival: ‘I brought peace, it will be pure boxing'.
Usyk and Chisora met for their final press conference on Wednesday ahead of their clash on Saturday night, with a shot at WBO champion Anthony Joshua awaiting the winner at Wembley Arena.
The Ukrainian arrived with his new hurling kit - a gift from a young fan in Belfast - and then jotted numbers on a notepad while his opponent promised 'violence'.
Oleksandr Usyk (above) has promised 'pure boxing' in Saturday's clash with Derek Chisora
Usyk(left) takes on the British boxer (right) at London's Wembley Arena this weekend
Usyk claimed: 'My team set me mathematical equations during the week to do for training. I didn’t finish one of them and I thought this was the perfect time to do it.'
Chisora then replied: 'I've no idea (what he's doing). It doesn't