Five months after brawling at a bloody February press conference in Munich, Germany, David “The Hayemaker” Haye returned from “retirement” and earned a fifth round TKO triumph over Dereck “Del Boy” Chisora in a Saturday bout between the two jackass blokes in front of 29,000 rabid spectators at the Boleyn Ground in West Ham, London.
Chisora (15-4, 10 KOs), who was suspended indefinitely in March by the WBC because of his string of heinous actions, was saved by referee Luis Pabon after being floored by a Haye (26-2, 24 KOs) left hook in the decisive round.
“The Hayemaker,” a former cruiserweight champ who hadn’t fought since a pathetically pink showing against Wladimir Klitschko in July 2011, looked good at a shredded 210 pounds in an exciting fistfight.
“I was healthy, I was fit and I was able to do what I was unable to do a year ago,” said Haye, 31, an arrogant and unhinged psychopath who is not licensed by the British Boxing Board of Control. “No injuries. This was the real ‘Hayemaker.’”
“Del Boy,” who was found guilty of beating his girlfriend in November 2010, must now donate $31,000 to a bone marrow charity for minorities for being knocked onto Queer Street by a man 37 pounds lighter than him.
The 28-year-old Dereck Chisora, an erstwhile British heavyweight champ who was born in Zimbabwe, unsurprisingly proved to be a mediocre pugilist.
Conversely, David Haye “was healthy” and relatively impressive in the squared circle this weekend.
Still, don’t be mistaken, “the real ‘Hayemaker’” is nothing more than a slightly above average prizefighter.by