DEREK CHISORA jokingly called out a fan on the street after he was mistaken for old rival Dillian Whyte.
The British heavyweight has twice been beaten by The Body Snatcher, most recently in December 2018.
And he had insult added to injury yesterday, when a fan mistook him for Whyte.
In a video posted to his Twitter account Chisora, 37, said: "This guy here had the nerve to call me Dillian Whyte."
The fan sheepishly hit back: "I'm sorry, I apologise, my f*** up."
Former England rugby star James Haskell happened to be on the scene.
He cheekily butted in: "I tell you what though, he got my name right, James Haskell – sorry about that."
To which the fan meekly responded: "I'm a Wasps fan."
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Haskell, 36, replied:"F***ing, mother f***ing Del Boy here chief, walk on pal."
Chisora incredulously said: "Mate I don't look that ugly pal come on now."
The fan attempted to draw a line under the incident, saying: "I apologise 100 per cent my f*** up."
Chisora, who boasts a 32-11 record, first fought Whyte in Manchester back in 2016 – losing via split decision.
They rematched two years later – and Whyte left no room for doubt, knocking his compatriot out.
Chisora, who has split with manager David Haye, was beaten by Joseph Parker back in May.
And it appears that Joe Joyce is now in the driving seat to face the New Zealander next.
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