Harrison: I’ll give Adams a lesson in sweet science and go after Price, Fury, Banks or Mitchell

18 May

On The Beak – Admin

Former Olympic champion Audley Harrison (27-5-0, 20ko) finished training camp today and spoke of his desire to launch a final assault on the heavyweight division. Audley leaves for England tomorrow, confident and focused for his bout with Ali Adams (13-3-1, 3ko) at the Brentwood Centre, Essex, on Saturday, May 26 and looked like A Force of old when sparring undefeated heavyweights Malik Scott (33-0-0, 11ko) & Joe Hanks (20-0-0, 14ko).

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“This training camp has tested my resolve to remain a prizefighter, as every injury I’ve ever had has come back to plague me in this camp, but I found that N.E.G.U (never, ever, give, up) spirit and kept it moving and turned back the clock; I feel great.”

Audley continued: “I know its dangerous to look past an opponent, especially when they’re hungry and motivated like Ali Adams, but let’s be honest, I’m in a different league… taking charge of my training camp again, allowed me to reignite the passion, hunger and desire needed to succeed and I’m back to loving my boxing.

“After I give Ali Adams a lesson in the sweet science, I’m looking for a challenge with one of the upcoming heavyweights. I’m throwing my name into the hat with David Price, Tyson Fury, Jonathan Banks or Seth Mitchell.”

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