11th July 2012
Haye vs Chisora Betting: David Haye can have too much speed and power for Dereck Chisora in the fight of the year
From the minute David Haye and Dereck Chisora had their scrap in ‘that’ press conference in Germany earlier in the year a fight between the two was always going to develop and it arrives for the world to see on Saturday night at West Ham’s Upton Park Stadium. The fight will be shown in full on BoxNation with the winner widely expected to fight the winner of the Povetkin vs Rahman fight on the same night.
David Haye has been the world heavyweight champion in the past which may explain why he is the 2/5 favourite for the fight with Betfred. Haye hasn’t fought though since he was outpointed by Wladimir Klitschko last year. Haye claimed he lost that fight because of a toe injury and then retired from the sport like he said he would, only to have come out of retirement for this fight to try and build on his 25-2 career record.
Dereck Chisora fought for the world title last time out when he took on Vitali Klitschko but like Haye he was outpointed by the Ukrainian giant. Unlike Haye though he put up a good showing despite all the antics before and after the fight which included slapping Vitali at the weigh in and spitting at Wladimir during the pre-fight announcements. Chisora comes into this fight having lost three of his last four fights but he hasn’t been stopped in his career. Yet.
I say yet because I think Haye will stop Chisora here. Audley Harrison can testify how hard David Haye punches and I just don’t see Chisora having the boxing ability to trouble Haye here. Being a natural cruiserweight Haye has fast feet and with it he has speed and movement but he certainly doesn’t lack power. Adam Booth is a master of getting gameplans together and I expect him to have a gameplan for Haye which involves knocking Chisora out and gaining revenge for the Munich brawl.
Back D.Haye to win by KO/TKO/DQ for a 4/10 stake at 2.63 with Boylesports
Author: 'Arry Allsports