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Audley Would Love To Have Another Go at David Haye

courtesy of The Daily Star

Olympic gold medal winner Audley Harrison says he's going to challenge David Haye to a £1m rematch.
 
And the heavyweight wants former promoter Kellie Maloney to promote the fight.

He said: "This ain't something you do as a wind up.

"It's not something you do for a publicity, this is real s***.

"David Haye rematch - £1m take it or leave it."

Haye and Harrison fought in November 2010 in a highly anticipated clash at Manchester's M.E.N Arena.

With the WBA title on the line, Haye demolished Harrison with the bout ending in the third round.

So complete was Haye's dominance that Harrison landed only a single punch in the entire fight.

Fellow Brit boxer Dereck Chisora said: "I'd never show my face again if I fought like that.

"It was pathetic. He disgraced himself and he disgraced British heavyweights."

Upon entering the Celebrity Big Brother house on Monday, Harrison managed to make things very cringe with Kellie by asking his former boxing guru: "So do I call you Kellie?"

"Only if you want to get paid for your next fight," was the boxing promoter's reply.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Fetta on 08-20-2014

[QUOTE=`STEELHEAD;14873405]so that peeps don't think youre retarded why doen't you go back and chance the word fighters to fighting fettatino.[/QUOTE] No first i want to establish if any of them are still fighters before asking if they are still fighting.…

Comment by STEELHEAD on 08-20-2014

[QUOTE=Fetta;14873277]Are any of them still fighters[/QUOTE] so that peeps don't think youre retarded why doen't you go back and chance the word fighters to fighting fettatino.

Comment by larry x.. on 08-20-2014

lol..............

Comment by Fetta on 08-20-2014

Are any of them still fighters

Comment by brian___ on 08-20-2014

Audley Harrison's career resembles the Titanic. Except the Titanic threw more punches.

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