Dereck Chisora has been giving blows to his opponents all of his ‘fighting’ career but the World Boxing Council returned him a blow earlier this week following his life-threatening brawl with Vitali Klitschko. It seems like Chisora gets ready for his matches with threats before getting on for real.
The heavyweight from Britain got into a clash with David Haye at a news conference after the Ukrainian defeated him. Not only this but Chisora earlier even went on to slapping Klitschko. He then spit in his brother Wladimir’s face before his match a little while earlier.
The WBC, World Boxing Council said that this was the worst possible behavior that could have been showed and that they would not tolerate such a thing in the future. They have expressed their views of Chisora going to an anger management class and seeking some professional help. They said that the 28 year old needed to work tremendously on his ill behavior.
For now, there is an indefinite suspension by the WBC on Chisora and they said that the ban lift will only be considered when Chisora decides to seek help. The President of the council said that the fighter may also be seriously fined.
Chisora currently ranks in the 14th position in the rankings but his name is to be removed from the list. The statement that was earlier released said:
“The WBC is absolutely condemning behaviours that are not to be accepted in boxing under any circumstances and will act as soon as it can proceed to impose the fines and sanctions as we consider necessary.”
“Boxers are gentlemen and show to the world an example of honor and fair play when, after a tremendous battle, they go to the centre of the ring to pay respect to each other”.
The members of the council that sports personalities were supposed to be heroes for the world to see and Chisora would not tarnish that. They believe that sportspersons should be humble and kind and not display an arrogant and violent behavior such as Chisora.
There were many things that happened before and after the match started and though there is no complete record of those events, they need to be accounted for.
It looks like the WBC is all set to make Chisora a calmer fighter.