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David Haye has pulled out of his 29 June fight in Manchester against the former world heavyweight title challenger Manuel Charr with an injured left hand.
It's all over.
Frank Warren has warned the British Boxing Board of Control he will take legal action if they do not withdraw a threat to revoke his licence for promoting the fight between Dereck Chisora and David Haye at Upton Park on 14 July.
British boxing stands on the brink of a damaging civil war after the Board of Control's decision to ban any licence-holder involved in the unsanctioned heavyweight grudge match between David Haye and Dereck Chisora scheduled for Upton Park on 14 July.
This was not a press conference, it was a cross between a pantomime and a health warning.
David Haye and Dereck Chisora will, after all, fight at Upton Park on 14 July – with gloves but without the sanction of the British Boxing Board of Control.