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David Haye on Chisora slap Vitali Klitschko: “I thought it was funny”

The famous British boxer David Haye, who now works as a Manager of his former rival Derek Chisora in an interview with reporters Sky Sports remembered the scandalous antics of the ward. In 2012, on the eve of the match against then world champion under version WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko Chisora slapped opponent in the face during the ceremony of weighing.

“I thought it was funny – Hey says with a grin on his face. But I wondered what the penalty for that. In the end, all ended that I was rolling on the floor with Cooroy!

Derek was boxed very well. He put pressure on Vitali, who was never able to shake. Derek forced the fight and were awesome. He lost, but it was a vigorous attempt, for which he must pay tribute.

Today Derek is more slender and disciplined. At that time he was uncontrollable and did whatever he wanted. His lifestyle was far from true professionalism. He was just a tough guy who was handing out “bream” and spat”.

Press conference after the fight Klitschko – Chisora is also remembered for a long time. It was then that David and Derek have a fight, which led to their full match in the ring.

“I never thought it would end this way. I was so much fed up that I got into a fight in front of journalists. The instigator was Chisora. Why would I fight him? I didn’t want to give him a big check,” added Haye.