As previously reported, David Haye vowed to inflict a "slow, concussive beating" on Dereck Chisora after their controversial all-British grudge match was confirmed. Chisora's manager Frank Warren announced on Tuesday afternoon that West Ham's Upton Park ground would host a fight between the two British heavyweights on July 14.
The pair sparked outrage when they brawled in the press conference room following Chisora's points defeat to WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko in February.
During their press conference, Chisora revealed that he recently ran into Haye at a London retaurant. Chisora claimed that he went over to confront Haye, who pulled a knife on him. When they brawled in Munich, Chisora was claiming Haye broke a bottle over his head. To date, Haye denies using a bottle on Chisora and he denies that he pulled a knife was pulled a few weeks back.
Chisora said: "I saw David Haye a couple of weeks [ago] and he pulled a knife.
Haye responded: "I was eating a steak. It was in a restaurant."