Five months after the jackass blokes brawled at a bloody press conference, Chisora (15-4, 10 KOs) suffered a fifth round TKO loss to David “The Hayemaker” Haye in front of 29,000 rabid spectators at the Boleyn Ground last July in West Ham, London.
The 29-year-old Chisora, who was suspended indefinitely in March by the WBC because of his string of heinous actions, was saved by referee Luis Pabon after being floored by a Haye (26-2, 24 KOs) left hook in the decisive round.
“Del Boy,” who was found guilty of beating his girlfriend in November 2010, was forced to donate $31,000 to a bone marrow charity for minorities after being knocked onto Queer Street by a man 37 pounds lighter than him.
Chisora, an erstwhile British heavyweight champ who was born in Zimbabwe, hopes to scrap on the undercard of George Groves' upcoming super-middleweight clash with Mohamed Ali Ndiaye.
Provided the 6-foot-2 Chisora manages to win and avoid losing a fourth consecutive bout against an opponent to be determined, the batshit crazy boxer wants to throw fists with British and Commonwealth heavyweight titlist Price (15-0, 13 KOs).
Unsurprisingly, Chisora proved to be an extremely mediocre pugilist in the summertime and, although not exactly akin to Joe Louis, the 6-foot-8 Price would utterly manhandle “Del Boy.”