United's training base at the Tshwane University of Technology was temporarily turned into boxing ring last week when Tefera traded punches with Noah Chivuta and David Kannemeyer on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Chivuta is reported to have opened a case of assault against Tefera after the incident.
According to a Matsatsantsa official, who wished to remain anonymous, Tefera spent a night in custody after Chivuta reported the fight at a Pretoria police station after training on Wednesday.
“There is no one at SuperSport who wants to talk about the incident but it seems the case against Fikru has been dropped, as he was back at training the following day.
“I am not sure if Chivuta and Fikru have worked out the issue but there was blood all over the place after their fight. I don’t know what was wrong, but after his fight with Chivuta, Fikru was involved in another fight with Kannemeyer.
“That fight is not over, and I don’t think it will be any time so soon.”
Several SuperSport United players have confirmed both fights, but no one is ready to give any details about the reasons that led to the accidents.
United coach Gavin Hunt remained cagey when Kickoff.com asked him if his club would take any disciplinary action against the three players involved.
“Whatever happens at training remains or ends at training. Such things happen in football,” he said.
Both Chivuta and Kannameyer played no part in SuperSport’s game against Ajax Cape Town on Saturday, but Fikru came on as a substitute in the second half and scored SuperSport’s second goal in their 2-0 win.