Haye wants Klitschko after Chisora
David Haye has set his sights on WBC world heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko after he has taken care of Dereck Chisora.
The 31-year-old former WBA champion from Clapham will be coming out of retirement to lock horns with his bitter British heavyweight rival on July 14 at West Ham United FC's Boleyn Ground.
But this mouthwatering match-up has already caused huge controversy with Luxembourg Boxing Federation sanctioning the bout as neither boxer currently possesses a British Boxing Board of Control licence.
Haye handed his in when he 'retired' following his defeat to Ukraine's WBA Super/WBO/IBF champion Wladimir Klitschko last October while Chisora's was taken away back in February after his disruptive actions before and after his bout with Vitali Klitschko.
Earlier in the week, Haye stated in several media outlets that Zimbabwe-born Chisora, from Finchley, hunted him down across London bars, nightclubs and even restaurants, following their much-publicised press conference brawl in Munich, Germany back in February hours after Chisora's unsuccessful world title challenge against WBC king Vitali Klitschko.
"I'll take on Dereck and see what the landscape is," said Haye.
"Yes, I'd like to meet Vitali after that.
"All I'm going to do now is focus on this idiot (Chisora) and get him out of there."
The bill, which will be televised exclusively on BoxNation, also features a WBA world heavyweight title clash between holder Alexander Povetkin and Hasim Rahman. For tickets call 0844 249 1000.