Found February 18, 2012 on
BEST OF MAXIM
Standing face-to-face in the classic stare down, Chisora quick slaps the 6’7”, 80 inch reach Klitschko like a little *****! Chisora is just standing there 6’2” high with a bandana wrapped around his mouth (imitating a badass) before he smacks Klitschko with an open hand. Klitschko responds by just standing there and acting like it never happened. Advice to Dereck Chisora...
Before Vitali Klitschko fought Dereck Chisora Saturday, Chisora gave Vitali's brother Wladimir a face full of water, which he spat out onto the heavyweight champ in a typically classless move. During the fight, Chisora gave Vitali a handful -- a harder fight than either brother has endured in many, many years, maybe going back to 2005, when Wladimir hit the canvas a few times...
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...
Vitali Klitschko gets past Dereck Chisora by decision.
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...
The British media has been making a field day out of Dereck Chisora's thuggish character, which is no surprise, since "Del Boy" has given them so much ammunition.
Nevermind that his assault on David Haye at the post-fight press conference for Saturday's Klitschko vs. Chisora bout and his treatment of the Klitschko brothers were classless and ill-advised (by...
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.
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.
Dereck Chisora apologized ''wholeheartedly'' Monday for the
brawl with David Haye that followed his loss to WBC heavyweight
champion Vitali Klitschko.