Reportedly looking to cement a fight against “Big” David Price, unhinged Englishman Dereck “Del Boy” Chisora is expected to soon reapply for his British Boxing Board of Control (BBBoC) license.

Five months after the jackass blokes brawled at a bloody press conference, Chisora (15-4, 10 KOs) suffered a fifth-round TKO loss to David “The Hayemaker” Haye in front of 29,000 rabid spectators at the Boleyn Ground last July in West Ham, London.

The 29-year-old Chisora, who was suspended indefinitely in March by the WBC because of his string of heinous actions, was saved by referee Luis Pabon after being floored by a Haye (26-2, 24 KOs) left hook in the decisive round.

“Del Boy,” who was found guilty of beating his girlfriend in November 2010, was forced to donate $31,000 to a bone-marrow charity for minorities after being knocked onto Queer Street by a man 37 pounds lighter than him.

“Del Boy,” an erstwhile British heavyweight champ who was born in Zimbabwe, hopes to scrap on the undercard of George Groves' upcoming super-middleweight clash with Mohamed Ali Ndiaye.

Provided the 6-foot-2 Chisora manages to win and avoid losing a fourth consecutive bout against an opponent to be determined, the batshit crazy boxer wants to throw fists with British and Commonwealth heavyweight titlist Price (15-0, 13 KOs).

Unsurprisingly, Chisora proved to be an extremely mediocre pugilist in the summertime and, although not exactly akin to Joe Louis, the 6-foot-8 Price would utterly manhandle “Del Boy.”

Rather than getting battered by David Price, Dereck Chisora should forever shelve his gloves and seek the help of a respected psychiatrist.