Chisora: ‘I’ll make Britain proud of me’

British heavyweight Dereck Chisora has promised to make the nation proud of him as he prepares to face a hearing by the British Boxing Board of Control into his unsavoury behaviour in Germany last month.

Warren pens open letter to WBC

Earlier this week the WBC declared that they would be banning Brit heavyweight Dereck Chisora indefinitely and scraping him from their rankings following his behaviour in Munich a fortnight ago.

Chisora to get WBC hearing

British heavyweight Dereck Chisora will in fact get a WBC hearing despite already being handed an indefinite ban by the organising body for his behaviour during his world title challenge against Vitali Klitschko.

WBC ban Chisora indefinitely

The World Boxing Council has banned Dereck Chisora ‘indefinitely’ and demanded he undergo ‘anger management’ therapy after his conduct in Germany a fortnight ago during his heavyweight title challenge.

Chisora-Haye brawl: Haye cam

Previously unseen footage of Dereck Chisora and David Haye’s tussle in Munich has hit the net. The video captured by Russian journalist shows things from Haye’s point of view as it picks up with him mid-brawl and follows him as he congratulates Vitali Klitschko for the win and then claims the altercation is Chisora’s fourth loss before exiting the room.

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Chisora fined £63k by German Boxing Federation

The German Boxing Federation (Bund Deutscher Berufsboxer) has fined British heavyweight Dereck Chisora $100,000 (£63,286) for his antics during his WBC title challenge against Vitali Klitschko last weekend.

Vitali: ‘Chisora must be sick in the head!’

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko has branded Dereck Chisora ‘sick in the head’ after a tumultuous weekend in Munich in which he successfully defended his title against the controversial Brit.

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Klitschko injured shoulder during Chisora bout

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko suffered a shoulder injury during his unanimous points victory over Dereck Chisora on Saturday night in Munich’s Olympic Park.

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Dereck Chisora apologises for behaviour

The man at the centre of the storm currently engulfing boxing, Dereck Chisora, wholeheartedly apologized for his behaviour over the weekend admitting he had let his family and the sport down.

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David Haye releases statement on Chisora brawl

David Haye Official Statement (Re: Munich)

It is with regret that I feel I have to issue this statement to clarify certain matters, following an unfortunate incident that occurred on Saturday night (February 18) in Munich, Germany at the Vitali Klitschko vs Dereck Chisora post-fight press conference.