fight should happen. It is a good fight for them to settle
their differences and also its a fight the public want. But I don’t
think its going to go down well with the BBBofC.
happen, it gives both fighters the opportunity to redeem themselves.They
can meet in a ring with referee and officials, and go about their
professions as they are supposed to. Altercations like this are not knew
to Boxing, the hype is all part of the build up, its not going to go
away..but we can all learn from this experience and gain from it. It was a scuffle that involved a bottle, tripod, camera etc… So let
them do what they are supposed to do with gloves, officials and rules in
a ring with this and many other countries watching, under the banner.. ‘This Is How It Should Be Done’ It might even be good to show to the
youths of today, that are getting caught up in mindless violence plus
gun and knife crime….. NB..I do however appreciate that the BBBofC
have to show that this behaviour will not be tollerated…. Im just glad
it wasnt my decision to make.
Errol Christie – Former decorated amateur and professional boxer
On paper Haye should win. He has has the
height advantage plus more experience than Chisora. But it depends which
Haye comes to fight on the night. Haye talks a good fight and talk is
cheap! The BBBofC were right to apose it, they disgraced boxing that day
in Munich. Chisora had slapped a WORLD CHAMPION in his face. Chisora is
a loose cannon and Haye lost the plot completely and lashed out with a
bottle in his hand. I was in the same situation with Mark Kaylor at the
fight press conferance. He called me a ugly black basterd! I shoved him
in his chest backwards. But I didn’t lose the plot!