Derek Chisora apparently has never met a punch he didn’t like. So much so that he is imploring one of the most dangerous heavyweight punchers of this era to land his best shot.

Chisora, the hard-nosed Zimbabwean-born, British heavyweight veteran, has built a reputation taking on the stiffest challengers in his division. His latest outing saw him put up a valiant but losing effort in a rematch against Joseph Parker. After that bout, amid public calls for retirement, Chisora expressed a willingness to take on Alabaman knockout artist Deontay Wilder.

Chisora, 38, reiterated his desire to fight 36-year-old Wilder in a recent interview from the night of the Amir Khan vs. Kell Brook welterweight showdown in Manchester, England, which Brook won by sixth-round technical knockout.

“I’m a big fan of the Bronze Bomber, but before you hang them up, man, let me taste that power, baby,” Chisora told “I wanna come to America and have a war with you, brother.”

It is not clear if Wilder will even continue with his career. The heavyweight puncher recently said in an interview that he plans to imbibe a South American psychedelic drug – Ayahuasca – to help him determine whether or not to continue with his career. Wilder is coming off a brutal knockout loss to WBC titleholder Tyson Fury in their trilogy match last summer.

Outfitted in traditional African garb, Chisora (32-12, 23 KOs) alluded to the hit American film Coming to America as part of his pitch to Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs).

“I’m dressed and ready, Coming to America,” Chisora said. “Lets rock and roll, baby. You know, I wanna taste that power.”

Chisora, however, will refrain from judging Wilder’s punching prowess until he has a chance to personally gauge it. Chisora suggested Las Vegas or London, at Wembley Stadium, as possible venues.

“People always say he’s got power. But you know what I don’t think so. If you get this message, let me know. Vegas, or you come to Wembley, baby.

Asked how he would approach fighting Wilder, Chisora referred to his moniker, “War.”

“I bring it to him,” Chisora said. “War. That's it. War. That’s it.”