'Chisora not a nice man' says David Haye, vows to 'punish'
Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye has vowed to punish Dereck Chisora when they meet this weekend in Las Vegas.
The controversial bout between the professional boxers will be fair opportunity to settle their public brawl in Munich five months ago. Chisora has become a controversial underdog after being convicted for possessing an offensive weapon, assaulting a police officer and for public order offences.
David Haye said, “Chisora's not a nice man, not a nice human being. I don't like anything he represents – the fact he's been convicted of beating up his ex-girlfriend, the fact he feels the need to carry around an offensive weapon – he's been convicted of that as well.”
David vowed to punish Chisora not just for his boxing rivalry but also for not being a good human being. He believes that the law has not punished Chisora for his innumerable offences and wants to take an opportunity at the bout to make him pay for his misdeeds.
Haye furiously said, “He needs to be punished because the law hasn't punished him. He's never done any hard time. The British Boxing Board of Control haven't really punished him, he's still here, so it's left to me to punish this guy and I'll do that on Saturday night.''
In the light welterweight category, British boxing start Amir Khan will fight for the title against Danny Garcia. Amir said recently, “Boxing fans know my fight is bigger. There’s a world title on the line. There are no titles on the line and I don’t think Chisora is in the top 10 in the world.”