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We thought it was a no-go, but it turns out Have vs Chisora might happen in the summer. 

Just when you thought one boxer was suspended and the other didn't have a license, promoter Frank Warren pops up and confuses things. The promoter wants to put the two in a ring at Upton Park, home to West Ham Utd. After their highly publicised press conference spat following Chisora's loss to Vitali Klitschko, boxing fans have been keen to see the two British heavyweights get it on.

It didn't look like it was going to happen, or at least not in England. After their press room brawl the BBBofC have suspended Dereck Chisora's license and although Haye doesn't currently hold one, it is thought he would be laughed out of the room were he to apply.

Frank Warren has used his boxing nous and has come up with a work around that will allow Chisora and Haye to fight in the UK. According to EU regulations, they might be banned by the BBBofC, but there is no law preventing another boxing governing body from sanctioning the fight. IT is thought that Warren is going to turn to the Luxembourg Boxing commission.

If this does come off, you can expect one of the biggest, most emotionally charged heavyweight fights of 2012. David Haye vs Dereck Chisora is a fight that must get made.