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David Haye trainer Adam Booth praises Dereck Chisora


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David Haye trainer Adam Booth praises Dereck Chisora

Adam Booth, the trainer of the former world heavyweight champion David Haye, has revealed how impressed he was with the performance of Dereck Chisora, inside the ring, against Vitali Klitschko at the weekend. Adam admitted that he could see Dereck Chisora becoming a future world champion, with a little bit of improvement.

Booth explained, "I gave him no chance in that fight just like everyone else did but he proved he belonged at world level," Booth admitted. With more improvement he could be the next British heavyweight champion." Adam then discussed the possibility of David Haye facing Dereck Chisora in a preliminary fight for a shot at one of the Klitschko brothers.
He added, "David had no intention before and has no intention now of fighting Dereck Chisora. He was there to see if there was a fight with Vitali Klitschko because he's always said the only people he would come out of retirement for are one of the Klitschko brothers and what happened on Saturday doesn't change that." It has been claimed that both David Haye and Dereck Chisora could face life bans from boxing following their brawl at the weekend.