By Edward Chaykovsky
2000 Olympic gold medal winner Audley Harrison (28-5, 21KOs) is pressing the British Board of Control to make him the mandatory challenger to the domestic belt currently held by the young up and comer David Price (13-0, 11KOs), who won the bronze medal at the 2008 Olympic games. For the first time since November 2010, Audley entered the ring on Saturday night in Essex and stopped Ali Adams in four rounds.
Harrison may not have to chase far, as Price's promoter, Frank Maloney is interested in making the fight and wants to get in contact with Audley.
Maloney told West London Sport: “It’s a fight we’re interested in. We’re looking to get in contact with him [Harrison]. There are a number of options we’re looking at and I can say that Audley Harrison is one of them.”