Video: Chisora and Haye scuffle, Booth suffers injuries
By William Mackay: According to the BBC Sport, Dereck Chisora (15-3, 9 KO’s) finally caught up with former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye tonight and the two of them scuffled with Haye’s manager/trainer Adam Booth suffering injuries after Chisora’s loss to WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko at the Olympiahalle, in Munich, Germany.
Chisora had been saying that he would slap Haye in the face at the first chance he could get. Well, it looks like Haye wasn’t going to avoid Chisora, as he came to the Chisora-Vitali fight tonight in Munich and sat at ringside.
It’s still unknown who got the better of the action in the fight, but one would guess that the more explosive, quicker-handed Haye would be the one you think. Chisora wants a fight with Haye, but has been ignored by him. You can’t blame Haye for not being interested in a fight with Chisora, as he doesn’t have any time belts, has been beaten in three out of his last four fights, and even lost his domestic level British and Commonwealth heavyweight title straps to Tyson Fury last year. There’s just no real upside to Haye fighting Chisora. He’s ranked low in the division and and doesn’t have a huge following and is perhaps the fourth best heavyweight in the UK. There’s no selling point in a fight between Haye and Chisora.