The rivals meet on December 22, in a rematch of their 2016 classic – that night Whyte was victorious via split decision.
During Sky Sports’ Gloves Are Off programme, Chisora was asked how he will beat Whyte, and he likened the way he will beat his rival to taking a laxative.
Chisora said: “Have you ever taken those pills, the laxatives?
“You know the ones you take, you pop and you wait for 20 minutes and then you go to the toilet and they go through you. I'm going to go through this man.”
A bemused Whyte, 31 responded: “That's a bit of a weird analogy isn't it?”
Chisora, 34, clearly internet on sticking to his claim said: “Everyone knew exactly what I was talking about, I'm going to go through this guy.”
In the build up to their first encounter two years ago, Chisora was handed a two-year suspended sentence by the British Board of Boxing Control.
He was handed this sentence for brawling with Whyte in their initial Gloves Are Off taping, as well as throwing a table during the pre-fight press conference.
This time however, is different, as Chisora is now a ‘born again Christian’ while he has teamed up with former foe David Haye, who now manages Del Boy.
Chisora endured his own rivalry with Haye in 2012, as the two clashed at a press conference in Hamburg, as Hayemaker even glasses Del Boy.
Haye would go on to knockout Chisora in their grudge match later on that year at West Ham's Upton Park stadium.
However, the pair have since made up and made a successful beginning to their partnership.
Haye told Sun Sport: "For me I hope it just maintains how it’s going so far, as it’s been going brilliantly to date and we just need to continue the positive flow."
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