DEREK CHISORA kept up tradition as he shared a burger with Joseph Parker in a touching post-fight feast.
The heavyweights would have worked up a healthy appetite after they battled for 12 rounds in Manchester on Saturday night.
Parker later prevailed on a split-decision verdict but it did not stop Chisora from gifting the New Zealander a burger.
The classy gesture was filmed while the two also posed for pictures.
He similarly enjoyed a bite to eat with Oleksandr Usyk, 34, in October after his defeat.
The Brit got off to the perfect start against Parker, 29, in Manchester as he dropped the ex-WBO champion inside ten seconds.
But after a fast start, Chisora was unable to do enough in the eyes of two judges as he was edged out on the cards.
He immediately called for a rematch while shutting down talks of retirement.
Chisora told Sky Sports: “I was putting in more power punches, inside work, but I can’t get upset anymore.
“I won’t let them slow me down. No way. I will not let them slow me down. I will go again.
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“They want to see me retire, but I’m not retiring yet, forget that.
“This is horrible. I train hard every day, I give everything in the gym, and when I put it all in there, these are the results I get.
“But Joe said he wants to give me a rematch. If he wants to give me a rematch, I’ll take the rematch easy, but this is unbelievable.
“I won the fight, even his coach Andy Lee said I won the fight.”