Dereck Chisora returned to England on Sunday after being released without charge by Munich police following his brawl with David Haye.
Chisora, beaten in his WBC heavyweight title challenge by Vitali Klitschko on Saturday night, was freed to return home after earlier being detained at Munich's police headquarters to answer questions about the altercation with Haye which occured during his post-fight press conference.
Chisora arrived on a Lufthansa flight which landed shortly before 2200 GMT at Heathrow, accompanied by Francis Warren, son of promoter Frank Warren.
Chisora passed through the airport without commenting before leaving by car.
The police in Munich remain keen to interview Haye about Saturday night's violent scenes, but the former WBA heavyweight champion had reportedly jetted out on a dawn flight. Haye was believed to have to have returned back to London less than three hours after the punch-up. Police said he did not turn up for his scheduled flight and think he boarded a plane at 6am yesterday.
Title fight organiser Frank Warren yesterday described the scenes as “ugly, horrible and disgraceful. It was an embarrassment for British boxing. I would say they were total idiots.”
And the British Boxing Board of Control is set to launch an investigation into the incident.
Haye’s agent, Chris Page, said yesterday he did not know if his client would be returning to Germany to face police.