David Haye retired from professional boxing injured and beaten in 2018 but now has a new challenge — taming one of boxing’s wildest men.
Haye is managing Dereck Chisora, the sport’s version of the Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios.
Chisora once tried to smooch an opponent at a weigh-in, spat water all over Wladimir Klitschko’s face, and was arrested by German police for a brawl with Haye in Munich.
Somehow, the two of them have buried the hatchet and are achieving impressive wins together.
These wins, Haye told Business Insider, could push Chisora into world championship title contention.
Considering Chisora has lost almost 25% of his fights, he would become one of the most unlikely champions in boxing.
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At a 2012 post-fight press conference after Dereck Chisora had just absorbed 211 punches from a bigger and taller Vitali Klitschko in a gruelling world heavyweight title fight, the Londoner stepped toward David Haye, who was in the crowd at the time, and brawled with his rival in front of the world’s media.
Having already been defeated by Klitschko, the wild and chaotic post-event drama was Chisora’s second loss that night.
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Source:: Businessinsider – Sports