With Dereck Chisora and David Haye in the ring Saturday night will be mean and dirty
Dereck Chisora is ready to bring hell to David Haye. After their notorious confrontation the two decided to settle their differences in the ring. The 10-round bout between Dereck Chisora and David Haye will take place on Saturday night at Upton Park.
Dereck Chisora, who is 15-3 with 9 Kos, said in an interview to Sky Sports that he will play his crazy and unpredictable side against David Haye, who is 25-2, 23 KOs, on Saturday night.
“I’m going to be the craziest I’ve been when I come into the ring. Everything has gone well for me. I have no injuries and it’s going to be a great fight,” Dereck Chisora said.
Everyone has their fingers crossed for this to be a great fight. The hype surrounding this fight has been present for ages. Therefore, fans are desperate to see Dereck Chisora and David Haye fight in the ring. Let me just add that anything less than a knockout as an outcome of this fight will be considered a disappointment.
Dereck Chisora’s comments about going crazy in the ring has stirred a lot of controversy. Although, Dereck Chisora plays clean most of the time he has been found guilty of biting one of his opponents.
Other than that Dereck Chisora is also guilty of throwing rabbit punches. As a matter of fact, Dereck Chisora is quite good at the old hold-and-hit method. Well, if Dereck Chisora tries to play his peachy side against David Haye, he can expect the latter to use similar tactics.
Yes, David Haye is also capable of taking cheap shots and I mean that literally. With his lightening fast fists David Haye is nearly impossible to catch when he is committing fouls.
So this means the match referee is also in for a tough night. As Dereck Chisora and David Haye are both looking to play mean and dirty it is doubtful if they will be scoring any points at all.
David Haye has already predicted an early KO. David Haye thinks the fight will go beyond the 2nd round.
“I hope he comes in with something new, because if he comes in like he did in his last fight, he’ll get blasted out in two rounds…He’s getting knocked out quick. 8, 9, 10 is what you’ll get,” David Haye said. “I’ve knocked you out already. You’ve lost your last three fights…I wouldn’t be surprised if he walks into a big shot.”