Chisora says 'exaggerated' punch up with trainer won't put Haye fight in jeopardy
London, June 30(ANI): Heavyweight boxer Dereck Chisora has said his punch-up with trainer Don Charles has been blown out of proportion, and there is no threat to his July 14 Upton Park showdown with old foe David Haye.
Chisora and Charles came to blows after the 28-year-old boxer asked Charles to remove his headgear.
Charles, who has worked with the fighter for a decade, accused Chisora of lacking respect, but the two have apparently reconciled and are working towards the common goal of defeating Haye.
"This has been made out to be a big deal because people don't see what goes on behind the gym doors," The Daily Mail quoted Chisora, as saying.
"We are always arguing and rowing ahead of fights, it's nothing new. When a fight as big as this against Haye is coming up, tensions are going to be high because it means everything to me to win," he added.
"We were both cool again soon after and now we're focused on beating Haye," he said. (ANI)
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