BRITISH heavyweight David Haye’s camp have dismissed speculation he could come out of retirement to settle his grudge with Dereck Chisora in the ring.
Haye and Chisora brawled wildly at a press conference following the latter’s WBC title defeat to Vitali Klitschko in Munich on Saturday night. Chisora threatened to shoot fellow Londoner Haye amid the chaos, which could yet see the two fighters face criminal charges and possible jail in Germany. But Haye’s trainer Adam Booth insists a date with Vitali or a rematch with his brother Waldimir remain the only fights the 31-year-old would consider.
“David is still retired, he has no plans to fight again,” Booth said of Haye, who jetted off on holiday yesterday despite being wanted for questioning by police. “He’s always said the only people he would fight are the Klitschko brothers and what happened doesn’t change that one bit.”