In the eagerly awaited high-octane clash between British fighters David Haye and Dereck Chisora, "The Hayemaker" will take the law into his own hands and decide fate of the incorrigible "Del Boy." The former WBA heavyweight titlist believes Chisora wasn't suitably castigated for his misdemeanors.
From Haye, originally reported by the Daily Record:
This is about beating up somebody who needs a good hiding. Dereck has done some bad things, in the ring and outside boxing, yet he has never really been punished.
So I am going to take the law into my own hands. I have to be judge, jury and executioner. He is going to be punished, and punished real quick.
Whoever loses this fight will be heading for oblivion. Chisora is a natural born loser, and he will find a way to lose at Upton Park. He is too ignorant to let the occasion get to him – what will get to him is my pedigree as a former champion.
Dereck has been full of talk but the best thing to come out of his mouth on Saturday night will be my fist.
"And the abiding memory he will take with him into oblivion is the sight of the ref standing over him counting eight, nine, 10 after I've smashed him to pieces."
Following Chisora's loss to WBC champion Vitali Klitschko, an altercation ensued at the post-fight press conference resulting in a massive brawl between the former and Haye.
Nonetheless, most of the blame was apportioned to the 28-year-old Chisora.
That said, prior to the aforementioned incident, Chisora had the audacity to slap the face of Klitschko at the weigh-in.
And minutes before the bout commenced, he then surpassed himself when he spat water in the face of Vitali's younger brother Wladimir.
For his infractions, Chisora (15-3-9 KOs) had his license revoked by the British Boxing Board of Control (BBB of C).
However, having been licensed to fight by the Luxembourg BB of C, he now still finds himself back in the mix, as tonight, he's set to face off against Haye (25-2-23 KOs) in a fight billed..."The Sham at West Ham."