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Luxembourg will sanction Haye-Chisora

With Dereck Chisora currently suspended by the British Boxing Board of Control and David Haye’s BBBC boxing license expired with renewal in question, organizers have bypassed the BBBC and instead gotten the fight sanctioned by the Luxembourg Boxing Federation. As a result, even though the July 14 Haye-Chisora fight will take place in London, in the heart of the BBBC’s jurisdiction, European Union freedom of trade laws permit fight cards to be sanctioned by the commissions of other EU countries.

Haye and Chisora got into hot water with the BBBC after a wild post-fight brawl during the post-fight press conference after Vitali Klitschko’s fight with Chisora in February in Munich, Germany.

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