Chisora: Haye Would Do Amazingly, Probably Beat Vitali
David Haye fears his explosive victory over Dereck Chisora in a therapeutic night for British boxing has ended any hope of facing Vitali Klitschko.
The five-month feud started by the Londoners' shameful brawl in Munich concluded with a warm embrace of mutual respect following five action-packed rounds at Upton Park.
A vicious left hook effectively ended Chisora's brave assault and will have given Klitschko plenty to ponder as he considers a showdown that to date has proved frustratingly difficult to arrange.
It was an explosive performance from Haye that helped blur the memories of his lamentable loss to Wladimir Klitschko a year ago, but the 31-year-old is concerned it may have been "too good".
Chisora, who troubled Vitali across 12 rounds in February before grappling with Haye at the ensuing post-fight press conference, predicts defeat for the Ukrainian.
"Vitali doesn't fight any more, he doesn't have any power. I believe David will do amazingly and will probably win it," Chisora said.
For the first time in his career Chisora was sent tumbling to the canvas, the victim of a left hook-right hand combination.
The 28-year-old staggered to his feet and continued, but Haye's finishing was clinical with a barrage of punches ending the evening.
All three scorecards had him ahead - 39-37, 39-37, 40-36 - at the time of the stoppage, but Chisora had pushed him hard and provided several worrying moments.
[QUOTE=Joeyzagz;12339527]Haye's loss to Wlad was helpful IMO. He gained 12 rounds of valuable experience with the best Heavyweight in the world without taking punishment. Now he is ready to conquer the world![/QUOTE] the fight you're talking about- is that the…Comment by Joeyzagz on 07-15-2012
Haye's loss to Wlad was helpful IMO. He gained 12 rounds of valuable experience with the best Heavyweight in the world without taking punishment. Now he is ready to conquer the world!Post a Comment/View More User Comments (2)