the war of words...
Published 20/02/2012 | 05:00
Chisora: David Haye is an embarrassment, Sky Sports don't do Box Office any more because of David Haye. I'm going to give you two slaps for that. If Haye is a fighter, he should fight me.
Haye (from back of room): You've lost three fights in a row.
Chisora: Let's fight.
Haye: Vitali said he could knock me out, do you think you can knock me out?
Don Charles (Chisora's trainer): Be quiet, can security get him out of here?
Haye: Vitali said after his last fight, 'I want to fight David Haye'. Where is he now? He said he wanted to fight me, I agreed the money, I agreed everything in December.
Chisora: How's your toe? How's your toe? How's your toe?
Haye: You've lost your last three fights, you lost to Tyson Fury. You're a loser.
Chisora: Tell that to my face. I'm coming down, tell that to my face.
Chisora walks down from the top table to confront Haye. They butt heads and a melee ensues, which sees Haye swinging a camera tripod around his head, before they are pulled apart.
Chisora: He glassed me. I swear to God, David, I am going to shoot you. I am going to shoot you. I am going to physically shoot David Haye. He glassed me. He glassed me. I'm not having it. He glassed me.
Adam Booth, Haye's trainer, approaches Chisora and shows him a cut to his head.
Chisora: I'm sorry about that. Adam, your fighter glassed me.
Booth: I want to know who glassed me.
Chisora: As you were trying to hold your fighter away, he (Haye) probably glassed you by mistake.
Booth: You hit me with a bottle.
Chisora: David had a bottle in his hand.
Booth: No, no, David didn't hit me with a bottle. I want to know who glassed me. Someone hit me with a bottle.
They are are separated by security.
Chisora: Either we do it in the ring or outside of the ring. Because I want him. If David don't fight me, Adam, I am telling you the God's honest truth, I am going to physically burn him.