Warren hits back in bout row
Dereck Chisora's manager Frank Warren says he's "disappointed" with the British Boxing board's stance over the David Haye bout.
British boxing authorities have said they could strip those involved in the proposed controversial Haye-Chisora fight of their licences after Warren insisted the fight has been sanctioned by the Luxembourg Boxing Federation. The pair were involved in a brawl at a press conference in Munich which saw Chisora stripped of his licence, while Haye had already allowed his licence to expire after retiring. Warren is unhappy at the BBoC's stance over the fight, however, telling BBC Radio Five Live: "I'm disappointed. I don't understand why they're taking this stance. "They made it clear when they withdrew Dereck Chisora's license he was free to go to any other federation. The door was left open for him to re-apply for a licence. "His appeal got for some reason delayed until July. He did what was suggested by them, not just him but also David Haye."