Haye, 31, returned to his hotel following the scuffle, packed his bags and caught a 4.30am plane from Munich airport.

Chisora was arrested later that day by German police. He was questioned and then released but looks likely to be charged with causing grievous bodily harm.

Haye returned to his home in Bexleyheath before fleeing to a “secret location” believed to be a country club.

Former cruiserweight boxing champion, Glenn McCory, has called for Chisora to lose his license after the incident, saying that his and Haye’s actions had brought shame on British boxing.

Chisora had already caused controversy earlier in the week after he was fined £32,000 for slapping WBC champion, Vitali Klitschko at the pre-fight weigh-in.

However, the North Londoner burned any bridges he’d built with his performance in the ring, losing bravely against the much-fancied Ukrainian champion, during the post-fight press conference.

Chisora’s behaviour was branded, “thuggish” by McCory, after he claimed he would shoot David Haye.

“I swear, to god David, I am going to shoot you. I am going to shoot you. I am pyschically going to shoot David Haye,” said Chisora, after the two were pulled apart.

Watch a video of the incident below.