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Old 02-21-2012, 03:17 PM   #1
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OK after the dust has settled in the controversy i think its safe to say both are to blame, But Haye should never have been at the press conference, he failed in his attempt to beat Wlad, crying about his sore toe. Yet Chisora fought well and gained respect with the defeat, and during the press conference after his biggest fight to date this Clown who calls himself Haye Gatecrashes the conference, possibly the press conference where Chisora was about to seal the deal with Wlad, after all he was trying to secure that bout with the spitting incident which i dont condone - BUT HEY the heavyweight division needs some controversy.

I must say, as much as I crave a new heavyweight champion, Both Klitschko Brothers proved themselves to be very respectful and gracious throughout the whole weekend.

END NOTE, It was all sad to see, But in a way the division needs it.

The German press lay all the balame at Chisora feet, All I can say Is David Haye ran all night from WLAD (yes ran, although he had a sore toe he had no issues running all night) Then he retired from the sport, so why the hell was he anywhere near the Presser, Trying to feed of Chisoras Glory in defeat.

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Old 02-21-2012, 03:18 PM   #2
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Hi there, Mark.
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Old 02-21-2012, 03:22 PM   #3
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Chisora quite obviously.
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Old 02-21-2012, 03:28 PM   #4
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Chisora quite obviously.
Explain, why Chisora, Or more to the Point whay was Haye even in the building, and not in Hollywood.
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N00bs shouldn't be allowed to make threads.
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Old 02-21-2012, 03:36 PM   #6
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Chisora has only himself to blame for getting tagged. Haye is somewhat to blame for the "glassing". He could have been as classy as Klitschkos but I guess you can't blame him much for what he did.

All in all, it's pretty much all on Chisora imo. He should be banned, at least for a good while, like two years at the minimum.
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Old 02-21-2012, 04:15 PM   #7
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the security guys at the press conference for letting it happen
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Explain, why Chisora, Or more to the Point whay was Haye even in the building, and not in Hollywood.
Because Chisora approached Haye aggressively, all he did was defend himself. Also, Haye was there to talk with Vitali perhaps, who the **** knows, he's allowed to be there.

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Old 02-21-2012, 06:17 PM   #9
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You know the first time I saw the vid I thought Chisora was justified for getting angry at Haye making rude comments at the press conference.

But looking at the context (Boente riling Haye up) and Chisora walking Haye down.....ultimately Chisora is responsible for what happened. Haye should have dropped the bottle tho.....had he done that it might not have been such big fracas. However to fail to think on one's feet is one thing, to walk over and attack someone is another.
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You know the first time I saw the vid I thought Chisora was justified for getting angry at Haye making rude comments at the press conference.

But looking at the context (Boente riling Haye up) and Chisora walking Haye down.....ultimately Chisora is responsible for what happened. Haye should have dropped the bottle tho.....had he done that it might not have been such big fracas. However to fail to think on one's feet is one thing, to walk over and attack someone is another.
I agree. Chisora is responsible.
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Old 02-21-2012, 06:26 PM   #11
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K2.None of this would have happened if they'd let Chisora walk out to OFAH.
Horrendous gamesmanship.And now see what they've done.
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