David Haye and Dereck Chisora had a little unfinished business to take care of yesterday (July 14, 2012) after a massive brawl erupted between the pair following "Del Boy's" loss to Vitali Klitschko earlier this year. Indeed, the two British brawlers stepped inside the squared circle at Boleyn Ground in West Ham, London, to squash their beef in a sanctioned bout with the WBA Intercontinental and WBO Heavyweight International titles on the line. Respect, too, was also at stake. And that's exactly what Haye force-fed Chisora for a majority of the Heavyweight bout, picking him apart from range and clinching whenever the bigger man got too close. Chisora did have a few bright spots, but it -- and him -- came to a crashing halt in round five when Haye connected with a huge left hand that dropped Chisora to his knees. He would manage to get back to his feet, but Haye planted him on the canvas again shortly thereafter, compelling the referee to waive off the bout and declare "Hayemaker" the winner. To check out our complete live- and post-fight coverage of the scrap between David Haye and Dereck Chisora click here and here.