World heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and his manager Bernd Boente have condemned the proposed fight between David Haye and Dereck Chisora.
The Brits both suffered points losses at the hands of the Klitschko brothers - Haye meekly capitulated against Wladimir before blaming an injury to his little toe whilst in contrast, Chisora put in a spirited effort against Vitali.
Chisora had his licence withdrawn by the British Boxing Board of Control as a result of his various misdemeanours during his title tilt weekend whilst Haye's licence to box under the BBBoC has expired.
The match between Haye and Chisora, set to take place on July 14th in London, will be sanctioned by that august and reputable body the Luxembourg Boxing Federation.
Boente told BBC Radio Five Live: "They both lost to the Klitschkos. They are on the second level. We could [not] care less."
Wladimir said: "It is a freak show under freak rules. It is a spit in the face of the British Boxing Board of Control. To get a licence for this man [Chisora] is disgraceful for the sport. How can you have such an event featuring a man who has shown his behaviour to the world, especially considering what he did at the press conference, where he threatened Haye? It's something that isn't good for the fans and the sport."