Adam Booth says David Haye has nothing to run away from following Saturday night’s post-fight brawl in Munich and would return to Germany to face police questioning.

Haye and fellow Brit Dereck Chisora locked horns at the post-fight press conference following the latter’s points defeat by WBC champion Vitali Klitschko.

Chisora arrived back in England on Sunday night after being freed without charge following questioning. Police in Munich remain keen to interview Haye about the violent scenes.

Booth, Haye’s trainer, said the former WBA heavyweight champion checked out of his Munich hotel – where Chisora was also staying – shortly after the press conference before flying home.

He told The Daily Telegraph: “We have not been contacted or called by the German police. Of course we would answer any questions, and would go to Germany to be interviewed. We have nothing to run away from.

“We left the press conference, and it would have been stupid to go back to the same hotel as Chisora and his mob.

“He had said he was going to assault David, and then screamed he was going to shoot him and burn him. We decided to go to the airport and get an early flight home.


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