(Video) Boxer Derek Chisora targets Conor McGregor in wild rant

During a recent interview, seasoned boxer Derek Chisora found himself in a rather sticky situation (quite literally). He unintentionally drenched himself in Forged Irish Stout, and went on a rant against UFC icon Conor McGregor.

The 40-year-old heavyweight boxer last competed in August, winning the bout via unanimous decision against Gerald Washington.

Chisora boasts an impressive record of 34 wins in 47 professional matches, showcasing his prowess in the heavyweight division. On the other hand, UFC star Conor McGregor has been absent from the cage since July 2021. This was due to a leg injury in his match against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.

While McGregor recuperated, his focus shifted to endeavors outside the octagon. Notably, he is set to grace the screen in the remake of the 1980s classic “Road House,” with Jake Gyllenhaal taking on the iconic bouncer role originally portrayed by Patrick Swayze.

McGregor has also launched a new line called Forged Irish Stout and purchased the Black Forge Inn. It is a bar in his homeland Dublin.

Chisora opened a can of Forged Irish Stout during a recent interview, but things did not go as planned.

Everybody has experienced opening a can of carbonated beverage that has been shook excessively, causing the contents to seep into their clothing. This created the perfect setup for Chisora’s humorous outburst directed at McGregor.

While speaking to IFL TV, Chisora stated: “For f**k sakes, that cheap-a*s McGregor drink man. F**k Conor, man! Conor McGregor, you’re a f***ing a**hole. This is Tom Ford, b*tch. F***ing b*tch, put that s**t in the bin.”

Chisora then said that he is a fan of the UFC star and that his outburst was intended to be humorous.

Chisora went on to say: “Conor’s cool, he’s my guy. I love Conor.”

Chisora said he is still training every day and that information about the date of his next bout will soon be available. He stated that he wants to compete in London when the time comes and that he would be willing to take on Deontay Wilder.