Bernard Boente, who manages both Vitali Klitschko and his brother Wladimir Klitschko, has termed David Haye v Dereck Chisora ‘a fight between losers’ as both fighters lost against Klitschkos and they don’t even have a boxing license with them now.
Haye and Chisora will fight each other in the ring for the WBO international and WBA inter-continental titles on July 14 at the West Ham’s Upton Park, in a fight which has not been sanctioned by the British Board of Control (BBBofC).
The 31-year-old brash Londoner, also known as the Hayemaker, previously claimed that his heart was set to fight Vitali but later on ended up in setting up a fight with Chisora. Perhaps this is a reason why Bonte is furious over Haye.
Boente said, “It’s a contest between two guys that have no licence and are fighting on British soil under a licence from Luxembourg. It’s not even a fight.
“I think this is a story of a fight between two losers, two people who have lost to the Klitschkos.”
Boente also believes that a fight between Haye and Vitali would never happen now.
“There was a contract from us for (Haye) to fight Vitali in September but he chose to fight Chisora instead because it’s an easier task,” Boente said.
“I think he never really wanted to fight Vitali. The guy is always talking. He barks like a dog and he does that because he is mostly afraid.”
“I don’t think it (Haye-Vitali) will happen,” Boente added.
In the meantime, he discussed Haye’s possibilities of having a fight with Wladimir as well.
“Wladimir will never fight him again. Why should he? There are no questions left for him to answer and Vitali… If he is elected in October he will quit his career, for sure.”
Well, all said and done, let’s see if Haye ever gets a chance to fight Vitali now.