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Audley: I Want To Do Myself Justice Against Price

Audley Harrison has left nothing to chance in his preparations to fight David Price in Liverpool on October 13.

'A-Force' has been training at home in Los Angeles rather than take up camp in the Big Bear Mountains.

He believes that is the right move at this stage of his career, with the fight against Price surely his last shot at the big time.

"When I was young, free and single I would go away and lock myself in training camp," he said. "It was all me, myself and I.

"I have got a beautiful wife, a beautiful daughter and my strength is in my family. If I went to camp it would be like a disconnection."

Harrison's trainer Kelvin Travis has also been residing at Audley's home on the outskirts of Los Angeles and the pair will arrive in the UK on Thursday.

"Training at home is a smart move to do as long as you can pay the price," added Harrison. "I have been able to focus and Kelvin is living with me and I definitely haven't cut corners.

"I haven't taken the fight for a payday. I have spoken about redemption, but obviously I want to do myself justice. I will do that win, lose or draw."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by joe strong on 10-03-2012

[QUOTE=Garcia's Dad;12574834]I honestly do not think the talent was there. People get carried away with his physical dimensions but this is the guy who never even really looked good in his first 10,15 fights either. I do not think for…

Comment by Tom Cruise on 10-03-2012

[QUOTE=Garcia's Dad;12574834]I honestly do not think the talent was there. People get carried away with his physical dimensions but this is the guy who never even really looked good in his first 10,15 fights either. I do not think for…

Comment by Guerrero's Dad on 10-03-2012

[QUOTE=joe strong;12573561]i got all harrison's fights. the thing that is frustrating is the talent was always there. southpaws with his size & power don't grow on trees. he's 6'6 250lbs & has a 86" reach. he decided to promote himself…

Comment by Sparked_26 on 10-03-2012

Straight left to the chin...........Price goes down. A British Fairytale!? Or he stays out of Price's range for a few rounds before finally getting banjo'd by a Price right hand and KTFO.

Comment by Ravens Fan on 10-03-2012

You want to do yourself and boxing fans even more justice? Retire and find something else to do with your life.

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