Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 2/19/12

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 two British boxers got in a screaming match that led to an unreal scuffle.

Some NSFW language here. The brawl starts around the 2:10 mark.

As you see, Haye interrupted the presser, challenging Chisora to schedule a fight with him. The two came face-to-face, and you can guess what happened next. (The Daily Mail has an unbelievable photo of Haye throwing the first punch). Somewhere in the tussle, Haye’s trainer Adam Booth suffered an gaping wound to his forehead.

When the dust finally settled, Chisora said he was going to “shoot” Haye because he hit him with a glass (“He glassed me!”). Munich police questioned Chisora, who faces an assault charge, for nearly seven hours before he left Germany on Sunday. Klitschko’s amusement seen towards the end of the video epitomizes how much of a circus the whole thing was.

Haye retired after losing to the younger Klitschko in July, but all signs point to him unretiring and possibly meeting Chisora in the ring. Saturday’s melee would certainly be a compelling backstory.

Meanwhile, Chisora continues to star in the greatest reality show that doesn’t exist.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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