Altercation between David Haye and Derek Chisora results to great fight
The unexpected altercation between David Haye and Derek Chisora in Munich is a notable event in the world of boxing. At First, Haye had positive remarks about Chisora’s bout against Vitali Klitschko. However, during a press conference, Haye, uninvited, became tensed and the situation quickly turned chaotic.
Haye, flipped an apple juice bottle, hit Chisora, and the bottle broke in the process. In this situation, Haye’s trainer, Adam Booth, suffered a scalp injury due to an accidental hit by a camera tripod. The brawl’s sudden and intense nature left the audience in shock, leading to speculation about the authenticity of the scuffle.
A fight between Haye and Chisora has been arranged for July 14 at the Boleyn Ground Stadium. The fight announcement garnered mixed reactions, with support from figures like Ricky Hatton and Frank Warren, Chisora’s manager, but also faced criticism and potential license revocation threats from the WBC and other boxing authorities.
The ten-round fight was witnessed by a 30,000-strong crowd that was charged with intensity. Chisora made an entry similar to a “Gladiator,” and Haye entered to the tune of “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now.” Initially, Chisora exerted considerable pressure, but Haye ultimately prevailed, knocking Chisora down twice in the fifth round, winning by TKO.
This victory marked the end of their rivalry, and in a surprising turn of events, Haye later became Chisora’s manager, indicating an unexpected partnership between the former rivals. Chisora went on to fight major fights, most notably against Tyson Fury.
David Haye putting a street fighting move on Chisora in Germany. pic.twitter.com/GGoRs56XSz
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