Haye teamed up with his once fierce rival in a shock move back in October 2018 and has overseen his career up until this point.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
During their partnership, Chisora re-established himself as a firm fan favourite and headlined four Sky Box Office shows in huge heavyweight fights against world title contenders Dillian Whyte, Oleksandr Usyk and Joseph Parker.
David Haye (centre) will no longer manage Derek Chisora after announcing their split today
Chisora fought six times under Haye's management, most recently losing to Joseph Parker
Chisora had six fights under Haye's management, winning three of them, and most recently pushed former champion Parker close when he dropped a contentious split decision points defeat back in May.
Following their split, Haye said: 'It's been an action-packed couple of years, getting Derek back in the mix of the heavyweight division, taking him from 'Delboy' to 'WAR' mode.
'When we announced our unlikely partnership we pledged to give fight fans the big nights of heavyweight clashes they have called out for and that I believe we have achieved.
'Whilst I will no longer be managing Derek, I will