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Photos: Haye, Chisora Tense Final Press Conference

Heavyweight British boxers David Haye, left, and Dereck Chisora come head to head with a piece of metal fencing between them after a press conference, ahead of their fight in London. The two boxers are due to fight each other in a 12-round bout on Saturday at West Ham United football club's Upton Park stadium in London. Haye and Chisora infamously traded blows at a press conference following Chisora's loss to Vitali Klitschko in Munich in February, leading to the British Boxing Board of Control stripping Chisora of his license. Haye was unlicensed because he had retired.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tobi.G on 07-11-2012

Who you rollin wit? I roll with Chisora because hes funny. This fight wont be a quick one. Chisora is not the biggest puncher but hes 25 pounds bigger and has a good chin. I can see the fight going…

Comment by Daddy T on 07-11-2012

I've a feeling it could be a quick one

Comment by Superflo777 on 07-11-2012

[QUOTE=anonymous2.0;12324919]I really hope the ref they got is a young guy with balls of steel, any old guy or guy with a faint heart is going to accidently get KTFO by these guys. And honestly would be very surprised if…

Comment by anonymous2.0 on 07-11-2012

I really hope the ref they got is a young guy with balls of steel, any old guy or guy with a faint heart is going to accidently get KTFO by these guys. And honestly would be very surprised if…

Comment by burnzy1986 on 07-11-2012

Haye's speed against a slow Chisora will be to much and will finish the fight before 12 rounds. KO or atleast TKO by round 8.

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