Haye-Chisora: What you did not see
Fri, 24 Feb 22:50:00 2012
New footage of the infamous tussle between Dereck Chisora and David Haye has emerged showing Haye shaking hands with Vitali Klitschko in the aftermath of the brawl.
The latest video focuses on Haye as he is dragged away from the melee, which began after the former world heavyweight champion gatecrashed Chisora's post-fight press conference taunted his fellow Briton. Click the video box on the right to watch it.
Chisora lost a tough fight via unanimous decision to defending WBC heavyweight champion Klitschko, who was also present at the news conference but not involved in the fracas.
After having thrown a camera tripod as tempers flared, the film footage shows Haye walking away before approaching a smiling Klitschko and shaking him by the hand.
Klitschko, who appears amused by what has transpired in front of him, is also seen to applaud as Haye moves over to him.
The Ukrainian had previously said he was "disgusted" by the events that transpired in Munich, which have been roundly condemned by the boxing and wider sporting communities.
Haye, who German prosecutors reportedly suspect of grievous bodily harm, is still wanted for questioning in Munich. If proven, the offence is punishable by a minimum jail term of six months.
Haye called the incident "unfortunate", saying he regretted it and was "bitterly disappointed" at his involvement, but stopped short of apologising. He added that he hoped Chisora would "learn from his mistakes" and fulfil his potential as a boxer.
The 31-year-old also insisted he will help German authorities with their investigations. He is currently on holiday in Las Vegas.
Warning: Video contains swearing
Chisora fights Haye