Advertisement
Advertisement

Audley Harrison is Trying To Tempt Tyson Fury

By Mel "Sabaka" Ohlhoft

Olympic Gold medal winner Audley Harrison (27-5, 20KOs) is targeting a fight with British/Commonwealth champion Tyson Fury (15-0, 14KOs). Prior to Fury's fight with Dereck Chisora, Harrison called for the winner. Fury wants to return in September, if he heals a few minor injuries that were suffering in the dominating decision win over Chisora. Harrison wants to be the man to challenge him.

"Just in case Fury and [promoter] Mick [Hennessey] want some of this - I need to get in shape. Better to prepared it it [doesn't] come, than it comes and I’m not prepared. I’m interested in the fight and you know my number. If we don’t discuss this by the end of the week, I’ll move on," Harrison said.

Tags: Tyson Fury image  
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TNTSUGAR on 07-27-2011

I hate Chisora for not being in a decent shape to remove both of them of the earth

Comment by chiguy91 on 07-27-2011

stay busy fight for fury? why not, i can see it happening.

Comment by J.R on 07-27-2011

Sadly Harrison is the gate keeper for young British heavyweights right now, so it would nevertheless be a good fight for Fury, only thing is, we all know Audley's heart isn't about winning the belts, it's about another pay day..

Comment by burnzy1986 on 07-27-2011

Will this man never learn, since the 1st time i seen him i knew he was s***. Hes got no hope for anything in boxing, he should consider stand up cos this man is funnier then he is a good…

Comment by Joe2608 on 07-27-2011

This would be tragic, **** this fight.

Post a Comment/View More User Comments (23)
Top Headlines Daily Bread Mailbag: Kovalev, Golovkin, Canelo-Khan, More Frank Warren: Boxing Must Do More For Retired Fighters Johann Duhaupas Returns, Dominates Nascimento Over Ten Khan Says Shock Value Makes '50-50' Fight With Canelo Bigger Kovalev's Coach: If Ward Can't Hurt Sergey, He's in Trouble! Jamel Herring Looking To Step Things Up in 2016 Luis Ortiz Stays Patient, Waiting For Opponent To Get Finalized Sulaiman Warns Canelo That He Can't Make Mistakes With Khan Ocampo Blasts Out Navarro In Five; Cayetano Wins Alberto Machado, Abner Cotto KO Winners In Puerto Rico Kelly Pavlik Charged, Facing 180 Days in Air Rifle Shooting Photos: Deontay Wilder, Shaquille O'Neal Go Face To Face Jhonny Gonzalez Says Abner Mares Ran From Rematch Golovkin's Coach Doubts Canelo Fight Will Happen in 2016 Nonito Donaire To Hold Camp in Las Vegas For Bedak Clash Floyd Mayweather Jr. Wins 'Fighter of The Year' With BWAA Krzysztof Glowacki Feeling The Pressure of Usyk Mandatory Matthysse-Herrera in Talks For Canelo vs. Khan Undercard Mayweather: I'm No Longer Pound For Pound, But I am TBE Yuniesky Gonzalez Set To Begin Training With Pedro Diaz Promoter Talks of Dublin Shooting Chaos at Regency Hotel Roach Roach, Teddy Atlas Discuss The Proper Time To Stop a Fight Evander Holyfield Backs Tyson Fury: He Has Helped Boxing Frampton Acknowledges It's Been Worth The Wait For Quigg Julian Williams Talks IBF Eliminator, Charlo, Canelo-Khan Broner-Theophane Tops Season Two Premiere of PBC on Spike TV Frank Warren: Rigondeaux, Tete Bring Class To Liverpool Card David Haye Says He Is Not Encouraging Bruno To Make Return Derry Mathews Motivated To Blast Terry Flanagan Out Cold Mayweather Confident Theophane Will Beat Adrien Broner Roach: I Think Kovalev Will Be Too Big, Strong For Andre Ward Deontay Wilder: I Want Alexander Povetkin as Soon as Possible Juergen Braehmer-Eduard Gutknecht Rematch on March 12th Video: Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Retirement, Not Being Tempted Randy Caballero, Frankie Gomez, Mosley Jr. Get Wins in Indio WBC To Name New Mandatory For Danny Garcia, With Khan Out Tomasz Adamek-Eric Molina on April 2nd in Krakow Dmitry Mikhaylenko Return Eyed For 4/29 in Sochi Canelo's Manager Rejects Talk of Khan Being 'Easy Fight' Top Rank Motivated To Continue Staging Events in China
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement