Dereck Chisora gave Vitali Klitschko one of the better fights of his career this past February, but his post-fight brawl with David Haye stole the headlines.
Though Chisora lost the fight by unanimous decision, he gained a great deal of respect for taking the fight to Klitschko.
The memory of Chisora slapping Klitschko at the weigh-in and spitting in his brother's face before the fight was almost forgotten until an unlicensed and supposedly retired Haye stopped by.
He was at the post-fight press conference at first antagonizing Klitschko for a fight. Then he turned his attention toward butchering Chisora's career.
Chisora couldn't take anymore proceeded to come to Haye. Glass bottles flew as several people were injured. Haye even used a camera tripod to keep Chisora away.
After the brawl, Chisora's boxing license was suspended in his native Britain, but the public appetite for a Haye-Chisora fight grew bigger than the commissions.
Luxemburg boxing commission sanctioned the fight and thanks to European Union rules, they're still having a fight on British soil in Upton Park where over 30,000 tickets have already been sold.