BetNose sniffs out the best betting odds for David Haye versus Dereck Chisora.
The grudge match between David Haye and Dereck Chisora goes ahead at Upton Park on 14th July, 2012.
This heavyweight bout required the sanction of Luxembourg Boxing Federation (LBF) as neither of the boxers holds a U.K. licence. Meanwhile European Boxing Federation (EBF) has passed a motion in its assembly to expel LBF from the EBF if it continued backing this fight. LBF on their part has World Boxing Association (WBA) and World Boxing Organization (WBO) on its side. They are supporting the bout on the premises of it being an international event.David Haye aged 31 after being defeated by Wladimir Klitschko last summer never fought a bout. Chisora also has not contested in the ring since February 2012.
In a press conference held in London in May Chisora and Haye exchanged insults from which it was evident that they are mentally prepared for their 14th July event. Zimbabwean Chisora was at the receiving end of a verbal Haye who claimed that Chisora has a lovely chin to be attacked.Chisora has the distinction of beating Danny Williams at this same ring a couple of years ago and is fully prepared to take on Haye. According to Chisora, he and Haye have some unfinished business to be settled with their bout.
Chisora has already fought in Upton Park and with success. He appeared a confident self with a good grin and stating himself to be a ‘Hayemaker’. He promised to show something new to his fans which would all be entertaining stuff.Whatever the decision of European Boxing Federation may be on the fate of LBF, the fight seems very much on the cards with both WBA and WBO baking LBF. Fans of both boxers are in for a thrilling duel on Saturday 14th July at this West Ham Upton Park boxing ring.
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