Six years after a brawl in Munich, British heavyweight Dereck Chisora has partnered with David Haye in a management deal.

The pair drew criticism for a fight at a news conference after Chisora’s 2012 defeat by Vitali Klitschko.

Haye punched Chisora while holding a bottle and went on to knock out his rival in a bout five months later.

But Haye, 38, now believes he can “maximise” the 34-year-old’s potential in a management capacity.

Chisora – who scored a surprise win over Carlos Takam in his last bout in July – feels Haye is the “perfect man to take me to another level”.

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