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Derek Chisora ‘sorry for the priests’ as he looks forward to end of six-week sex ban after Oleksandr Usyk rendezvous

TUG OF WAR

TONIGHT signals the end of Derek Chisora’s six-week BONK BAN.

The heavyweight was ordered by manager and training mentor David Haye to save up all his sexual energy for the showdown with Oleksandr Usyk.

The result is a shredded 18st monster.

Haye explained: “I told him, if you lose you will always wonder if you could have done more to win.

“It’s not worth it. So hold it in until the fight.

"After the fight, do what you want to do.

“Everything needs to be full and ready to go. 

"When is a lion most dangerous? When it hasn’t mated and it’s hungry.

“And when I see him pacing up and down, I don’t know if he’s thinking about fighting or f******!”

Father-of-one Chisora confirmed his agonising regime has left him with a newfound respect for anyone else who stays celibate through choice.

He said: “Celibate is alright but I feel sorry the priests.

“It’s why I have been having ice baths.”

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