The long wait is nearly over as David Haye and Dereck Chisora will finally get to fight in the ring at Upton Park this Saturday. It’s the clash that everyone has been talking about ever since the infamous Munich press conference in February that resulted in Chisora losing his boxing licence and plenty of self-respect.
Haye is firm favourite on Sporting Index’s win index market, but the Hayemaker might not have it all his own way. In his last fight Haye was beaten after 12 rounds on a TKO by Wladimar Klitschko and he’s had to go the distance twice in his last four fights. The other 12 round fight was against Nikolay Valuev in Nuremburg.
Dereck Chisora is no stranger to long fights and has proven in the past he can stand up against better fighters. Before the incident in Munich Chisora had fought bravely against the better Klitschko, but eventually lost on a UD. In fact three of Chisora’s previous four fights have gone the distance and that will bring Sporting Index’s fight minutes and total round market s into play on Saturday.