Found February 19, 2012 on
Dereck Chisora made headlines for his actions before his fight against Vitali Klitschko. Now, he's making headlines after. Chisora lost to Klitschko, but the craziest action occurred at the post-fight news conference, when Chisora ended up getting into a full-fledged rumble with former WBA champion David Haye. Haye, who attended Saturday's fight as a commentator for a British outlet, showed up to the news conference demanding a fight with Klitschko, who had just successfully defended his WBC title. Chisora then got into a verbal altercation with Haye soon thereafter. It didn't remain a verbal battle for too long, though. After...
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What a roll Dereck Chisora is on.
First, on Friday he slapped Vitali Klitschko during the weigh-in for their WBC Heavyweight title bout. Next, in the ring moments before the first bell rang Saturday, Chisora spit water in the face of Klitschko’s younger brother, Wladimir. Then, after losing the fight in a unanimous decision, Chisora and David Haye had to be separated after the...
Dereck Chisora could face sanctions from British boxing's governing body for his behavior before, during and after his loss to WBC champion Vitali Klitschko.
((HT: SkySports/youtube))This might be one of those "spitting on Superman's cape" things...Vitali Klitschko is squaring off against Britain's Dereck Chisora in the heavyweight division this weekend in Munich, Germany...But why not do something to drum up interest in a fight, right...???Chisora open-handed the bigger guy on the playground during the weigh-in...Here...
British heavyweight Dereck Chisora was released Sunday after nearly seven hours of questioning by police following his brawl with former WBA champion David Haye at a post-fight news conference.
A black van carried the boxer and his coach, Don Charles, from police headquarters, speeding past assembled photographers.
''He still faces a charge of simple assault but he is allowed...
Be careful what you ask for. Chisora may be in for the beating of a lifetime.
Chaos broke out after Vitali Klitschko unanimously outpointed Dereck Chisora to retain his WBC heavyweight belt Saturday night when Chisora got into a brawl with former WBA champion David Haye at the post-match news conference. Haye called for a fight between the two British boxers, leading to a heated exchange before Chisora descended to face Haye and they came to blows.
Vitali Klitschko unanimously outpointed British challenger Dereck Chisora on Saturday to keep the WBC heavyweight title.
Dereck Chisora has apologized "wholeheartedly" for the brawl with David Haye that followed his loss to WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko on Saturday.
British heavyweight Dereck Chisora was detained by police after losing a title bout to Vitali Klitschko and then brawling with former WBA champion David Haye at a post-fight news conference. Chisora and his coach, Don Charles, were held at the Munich airport Sunday and later taken to police headquarters for questioning, police said.
MUNICH (AP) -- British heavyweight Dereck Chisora was released after nearly seven hours of questioning by police Sunday following his loss in a title bout to Vitali Klitschko and brawl with former WBA champion David Haye at a post-fight news conference.
40-year-old Vitali Klitschko retained his WBC heavyweight title with a unanimous - but tougher than expected - decision over Dereck Chisora of Great Britain. Chisora made headlines by slapping Klitschko's face at the weigh in, spitting water in the face of Wladimir Klitschko before the fight and getting arrested for brawling with fellow British heavyweight David Haye at the...