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Audley: I Know I Can Be The First To Stop Wilder!

By Kevin Francis, courtesy of The Daily Star

AUDLEY HARRISON says he is razor-sharp ahead of the fight that could end his career.

The 41-year-old meets rising American star Deontay Wilder on the Amir Khan undercard tonight.

Harrison fights just six months after he was flattened in 82 seconds by David Price.

But he bounced back to win Prizefighter for the second time.

He said: "I am razor sharp. I am now a complete fighter and I know I can become the first person to stop Deontay as I continue on my journey."

Olympic bronze medallist Anthony Ogogo meets Telford's Keiron Gray in a six-round middleweight contest, while Khan's younger brother Haroon tackles Brett Fidoe in a super-flyweight bout.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ROSS CALIFORNIA on 04-27-2013

Damn, Wilder hits hard! We knew the fight would end like this, but Wilders display of power was very impressive. Wilder called out Fury in his interview. That would be a very interesting fight.

Comment by Sweet Pea 50 on 04-27-2013

:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

Comment by mathed on 04-27-2013

LMAO, Audley got beat in under one round

Comment by Jloro on 04-27-2013

"I tried to take a knee on the first punch and he kept hitting me" man what success he could have had

Comment by Dw9999 on 04-27-2013

How many times does Audley need to be knocked out until he realises he has to retire, respect the guy for always wanting to come back though, credit to Wilder didnt look fazed fighting in the UK.

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