|Chisora at the hearing in Cardiff.|
General secretary Robert Smith said that the board's stewards decided that that Chisora was not ''a fit and proper person'' to hold a boxer's license and it is unclear whether the controversial 28 year old will ever fight in this country again.
Chisora left in a taxi straight after the hearing without commenting but he did tweet shortly after saying ''Three words: M.G.M... Here I come.'' Nobody is quite sure what this is meant to mean but there will surely be a lot of people harassing him for answers on Twitter so we will no doubt have a story for you later on where Chisora goes next.
Frank Warren (Chisora's promoter) said: ''His license got withdrawn and what will happen now is we'll consider whether to appeal the decision.'' They only have 14 days to do so.
|Chisora & Haye face-to-face just|
moments before their infamous bust up.
When asked about David Haye, Robert Smith said ''With regard to David Haye, he is not a license holder. However, if he should apply for a license... the part he played in the disgraceful scenes that occured in the post-contest press conference will be considered and taken into account before any decision is made.'' So we can be certain that we will not see a Haye-Chisora clash in the near future.
If your like us and wondering when Chisora can reapply for a license and maybe fight again, this is the only answer we have got from Smith: ''There has been no set period when Chisora can reapply for his license. He no longer is a license holder with the British boxing board. Any person is allowed to reapply at some point. Obviously the board will consider any application. What happens in the future, I do not know. But what we're obviously talking about is a few years.''
So... Until we find out any more information about the situation, let us know what you think by telling us on Twitter (@BoxingOpinions1).
Personally we think that a ban was very harsh compared to other fighters punishments in the past.