Photos: Hayemaker Lands in West Ham, Chisora Downed
West Ham, Upton Park - Before a crowd of 30,000 screaming fans, former two-division champion David Haye (26-2, 24KOs) returned for the first time in a year and knocked out Dereck Chisora (15-4, 9KOs) in five rounds to capture the WBO/WBA International titles.
One of the best KOs ever. Of course Chisora is no world class, but nevertheless. Top combo.Comment by DigitalBeast on 07-16-2012
[QUOTE=Frank Ducketts;12335148]Very good win for Haye. You can clearly see that Haye is not a natural heavyweight, yet possesses heavyweight power. [b]Good win for Chisora[/b] who could not deal with Hayes speed.[/QUOTE] You fapped your brains out, fool? :nonono:Comment by Frank Ducketts on 07-14-2012
Vitali won't hide behind his jab the whole fight like Wlad did against Haye. I think Haye Vitali is a very good fight.Comment by Frank Ducketts on 07-14-2012
Very good win for Haye. You can clearly see that Haye is not a natural heavyweight, yet possesses heavyweight power. Good win for Chisora who could not deal with Hayes speed.Comment by theproof on 07-14-2012
what's chisoras record in his last 5 fights ? i tought so. he talked his way into a big showdown only to lose again. a big promotion from two just ok fighters. at least haye let his hands go and…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (23)