Sunday, 6 May 2012

Rumours of unlicensed fight between Chisora and Haye!

Chisora and Haye may be going face-to-face again.
There have been wild rumours flying around that banned British heavyweight Dereck Chisora will take on retired former world champion David Haye. Both fighters do not have a license but this doesn't seem to be stopping the fight from happening as the rumours also say that it will be an unlicensed fight.

A press conference will be held by promoter Frank Warren at Upton Park on Tuesday and there will be a 'big' announcement made. Some other rumours about the big announcement is that there will be a fight between world lightweight champion Ricky Burns and top contender Kevin Mitchell but this has been overshadowed by the fact that Haye and Chisora could end up in the ring together.

The fight cannot be a professional fight as the British Boxing Board Of Control will not allow it as both fighters do not have a license. Chisora had his taken away after his bad behaviour in Germany which involved him slapping Vitali Klitschko, spitting in the face of Wladimir Klitschko and more importantly brawling with Haye at the post-fight press conference. Haye has been retired since last October so he couldn't be punished for his actions but the  BBBofC will most likely never allow him to fight again.

FrankWarren has not given too much information as to what the big announcement is about. All he has said so far is: "It's difficult for me to comment on it at the money. There's a lot of stuff that has happened."

In previous interviews he has said that the fight is "inevitable" and "the biggest fight out there."

It was hard to actually believe the rumours when I first heard them but now more and more people are talking about an it's even been written about in some of the newspapers. All I know is that if it does happen it is a fight that can definitely not be missed.

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