DERECK CHISORA dwarfed his tiny Smart car as he coolly chatted to two ladies while puffing on a huge cigar.
The heavyweight boxer – who wants to fight Oleksandr Usyk behind closed doors – was spotted on Hampstead High Street.
Chisora soaked up the sunshine as he leaned up against his miniature motor – which has his name as the number plate.
The 36-year-old dressed to impress as he rocked up in a summery straw hat, glasses and a "WAR Chisora" t-shirt.
He held the cigar between his fingers as he chatted to the two frizzy-haired females at the side of the street.
Chisora is patiently waiting for his showdown against Usyk after dates in February, March and May were axed.
He has admitted he is prepared to fight the undisputed cruiserweight king behind closed doors – as long as the sound of his fans is piped in.
The 36-year-old said: "I can still deliver behind closed doors, we just need to get a recording of the fans singing and shouting in the arena so I can hear them chanting.
"I think we can get that working but I don't really care, if I am honest. I just like to fight.
"I am not getting any younger so if I can squeeze in two fights this year, I will be up for that, I just love fighting."
Chisora, who weights 18st 8lbs, has admitted the coronavirus outbreak and lockdown rules have had an impact on his training regime.
He added: "I am still training but I have tapered it down and am doing what I do best and that is chilling out and cooking.
"I am just doing what I like to and every once in a while go for a run, that is about it."
Meanwhile, heavyweight hopeful Usyk has been teaching one of his daughters how to box while in Kiev.
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