It has taken two wars between Dereck Chisora and Dillian Whyte for the beef to finally be squashed and for respect and admiration allowed to be grown in its place.
And you can see why, after they produced yet another spectacle for heavyweight boxing at the O2 Arena.
The fight was enjoyed for just one round less than the first one, but was by no means less entertaining.
Whyte made sure that, this time, his win was completely conclusive, by knocking his fellow British boxer out in the 11th round.
His left hook sent Del Boy to the canvas just as it looked to be heading towards a points decision.
After the fight, it is fair to say that Whyte focused heavily on yet another British heavyweight - Anthony Joshua.
It is no secret that the two aren’t the best of friends, and Whyte used his win as a way to show this once again.
The Body Snatcher made it very clear that he wants to be the man to fill the vacant spot to fight Joshua at Wembley on April 13.
But, after the fight, Whyte made his peace with Chisora and visited his dressing room in a touch of real class from both fighters.
In the video, Whyte and Chisora embrace in a brief high five/handshake before Whyte takes a seat, quite comfortably, on Chisora’s sofa to reflect a little on their time together.
“F*uck*ng hell, what a fight,” as Whyte said what everyone else was thinking. “We had two good wars.”
“It was good fun,” acknowledged Chisora.
"You’re tough man- tough, tough, tough. The temper is fierce sometimes and we go off each other but nothing but respect,” finished Dillian in a great advert for the sport.
“Yeah man, that’s what it is,” replied Chisora, who appeared to be the most relaxed man ever despite having just endured 11 rounds of heavyweight boxing and being sent to the canvas.