After a wild night that included a heavyweight bout that disappointed many serious boxing fans, Dereck Chisora continued his trash-talking tirade by starting his next feud with fellow British boxer David Haye.
With Haye entering the post-fight press conference and questioning everyone on stage, Chisora took actions into his own hands and threw down with the former champion.
All of the following videos are examples of people being disrespected and making an example of another person, in the worst possible way. What were we expecting from a sport full of fighters?
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After starting the trash talking early, Dereck Chisora lost his title match to defending champion Vitali Klitschko. That didn’t stop the issues after the fight at all.
While Chisora wasn’t as aggressive towards the Klitschkos after the fight, he was more than happy to mix it up with former champion and fellow Brit David Haye.
Watch as Chisora takes a heavy shot to the face and ends up leaving Haye’s manager covered in blood. The heavyweight division just got interesting.
With the memories of this Argentinean riot in our mind, the fight that happened between Chisora and Haye could have turned into a much different scene if the right people weren’t involved.
With this video, you can see that the Filipino fighter beats the hometown favorite by stoppage after a long battle that saw several cheap shots. After the fight, the winning boxer runs to the corner and celebrates.
Bad move. With a soccer-like mentality, the fans rush the ring and start to throw objects and attack the Filipino fighter. What ensues is nothing short of a riot.
Riddick Bowe was a great fighter in his time, but what many fans remember him most for was his fight against Andrew Golota.
Golota was on the verge of being one of the best in the world and was winning this fight when he decided to hit Bowe below the belt time after time. The ref warned him and even docked points, before finally being forced to DQ Golota.
What happened next is MSG riot history. With the ring filling with people swinging at Golota, the entire arena erupted into a huge brawl that saw hundreds of people hurt.
It was during the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea that referee Keith Walker became infamous.
After declaring the South Korean fighter the loser of a match, the officials and members of the training staff storm the ring and begin to attack the referee with kicks, punches and bottles.
Walker barely escaped the angry mob, but it was the black eye the sport received from the incident on the world-wide level that hurt the most.
There are no words to describe Mike Tyson is his insane heyday. Please enjoy as he feasts upon your children before praising Allah. I’m sure he would disapprove.