• Vitali Klitschko v Dereck Chisora

Chisora can have rematch; I must punish him - Vitali

ESPN staff
February 21, 2012

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko feels he did not punish Dereck Chisora enough when they met in Munich on Saturday, and so is open to a rematch.

Klitschko beat Chisora on a unanimous points decision, gradually grinding the Brit down in the face of near-constant pressure at close quarters.

But the fight has been overshadowed by the subsequent press conference, in which Chisora and Haye became embroiled in a scuffle. Chisora is now back in England having been arrested and freed by Munich Police, who are still keen to speak to Haye.

In footage of the melee, Klitschko was seen looking bemused at what was unfolding in front of him - however, it seems the scenes have given him the appetite to inflict more pain on Chisora.

"My ego, something deep inside, tells me quite clearly that I still need to give this man real punishment," Klitschko told Die Welt. ''I want to knock him out in the ring. This account is still open.''

Before the bout on Saturday, Chisora spat water in the face of Vitali's brother Wladimir, who twice pulled out of contests with Chisora.

Chisora also courted controversy when he slapped Vitali at the pre-fight weigh-in.

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