By Ryan Waugh: David Haye has predicted that he will beat up Dereck Chisora for a second time and lay to rest the long drawn out feud between the them.
‘The Hayemaker’ as he is known will face a man who has lost his last three fights and may see this as a pivotal moment in his career.
However, Del Boy has produced some stellar performances during these defeats, notably in the mist of all the chaos before and after the Vitali Klitschko bout, he put on a superb showing during the contest.
With Haye, 31, coming out of retirement, this will be his first fight in over a year after his disappointing defeat to Wladimir Klitschko last July.
“It’s the manner in which I dispatch this guy which is the most important, showcasing what I can do, will be most pleasing,” said Haye at a press conference today in London.
“He won’t run away from me, he will try and duck and dive but he won’t be able to avoid my bombs. I have a 90% knock-out ratio and I hurt people, this is what will happen to Mr Chisora on the 14 July.”
Regarding the antics of Chisora in his last fight with Vitali Klitschko which resulted in him having his licence revoked by the British boxing board of control, Haye was diplomatic on the subject.
“I will do a job and do it clinically on him, I have seen this man bite and cause madness inside the ring, I am the professional inside and outside the ring and will prove that next month,” said Haye.
However, it was fair to say that both boxers were in bullish but playful mood as they joked about next month’s bout.
“If you stripped off all the fat from Dereck, he would not be much of a heavyweight,” said Haye.
“I know how erratic he is in general but I will be the superior human being in just under five weeks time.”
June 12, 2012