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Derek Chisora’s post-fight brawl with David Haye overshadowed his gallant – but failed – attempt to alleviate the WBC crown from Vitali Klitschko.

Fists, bottles and tripods raged for a mad five minutes in Munich.  The pair eventually met at a wet and windy Upton Park to settle the score. On this occasion, and without the help of a glass bottle, Haye handed “Dell Boy” a knockout defeat.

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