Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Blah, Jul 7, 2021.
Just saw this on Twitter
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wonder what happened?
Chisora probably found a new, cheaper, chemist
Maybe because Chisora won 3 and lost 3 since Haye became his manager, his last 2 fights being losses, so he hasn’t been managed well
Haye glassed him again.
Dull Boy caught Haye being unfaithful with Toni Bellew
I wonder who Haye will latch onto next in a desperate bid to stay relevant.
Must have made a nice bit of cash with those 3 losses though. It’s hard for anyone to look good against chisora unless your fury
Chisora probably knows his next fight is his last and wants to maximise his earnings. It will probably be a Parker rematch on PPV.
The old Donkey should have hung them up years ago he has been a pudding since Fury brutalised him in their second fight.
His next fight is probably his last fight and doesn’t wanna share the profits.
If you think he hasn’t been managed well I don’t know what to tell you.
The amount of money he’s earned from PPV fights I imagine is massive, especially when his career was realistically over about 5 years ago.
I’m sure most fighters hope to be managed as poorly as he has been.
Chisora is possibly near to overtaking Bellew and Whyte when it comes to earning PPV loot far beyond your boxing level. Haye played his part and no doubt earned his share of the swag. Just getting Chisora 'looking' the part was an important element of the swindle and Haye defo contributed there.
Maybe Haye is planning a comeback against none other than his old faux foe... Dereck Chisora.
We would get to see a 'new' version of Haye, and Chisora would be 'in the best shape of his life'. Have it at West Ham's ground and on pay per view and it'd be like stepping back in time a decade.
I wouldn't put it past them.
This is just stupid. He is headlining PPV cards and making millions from it while being a gatekeeper. He has been managed excellently.
Pretty much guaranteed that this is the case.
I completely agree Chisora was finished as a relevant fighter a few years back, he had been beaten numerous times and beaten well, so had nowhere to go other than becoming a gate keeper or retirement.
Unfortunately the part where I (sadly) probably disagree with some people on here is that his next fight is his last fight. Chisora has said many times he will keep on fighting as long as there is someone to pay him good money to fight. By good money I don't mean millions either. He will keep on fighting out of pure greed so I expect to see him fight for another 2, possibly even 3 years.
He's not even 40 yet, so don't be surprised to see him in a pointless trilogy with Dillian Whyte on PPV, or getting beaten up by Dubois, or even fighting a massively past it shell of a fighter like Povetkin/Pulev, or taking a beating against a good but stagnating fighter like Bakole...