View Full Version : Harrison in pub ban!


barryboy
04-20-2005, 09:33 AM
Scott Harrison barred from every pub in Town Centre for 6 months, talk about gettin a bad rep!

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/hi/news/5037943.html

J !
04-20-2005, 09:35 AM
told ya bout this one mate didnt i.

when he was whinging about how he has to leave sctoland.


sort you own feckin house out harrison b4 moaning bout others. :rolleyes:

barryboy
04-20-2005, 09:40 AM
:D You did call it bud & you have to think some of the stories are true because most night clubs would be glad to have a world champion boxer frequenting their establishment as it would probably bring more people in but seeing as they've ALL barred him he must have been up to some nonsense.

J !
04-20-2005, 09:45 AM
he a bad ****er this one. ;)

tskes one to know one but i aint no world champ boxer in the public spotlight. ;) :D

barryboy
04-21-2005, 03:51 AM
Here's an update on yesterday's report.

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/news/tm_objectid=15425314%26method=full%26siteid=89488-name_page.html

fist-of-fury
04-21-2005, 01:02 PM
told ya bout this one mate didnt i.

when he was whinging about how he has to leave sctoland.
sort you own feckin house out harrison b4 moaning bout others. :rolleyes:


Where would he go?

Jank
04-21-2005, 05:54 PM
Hes going to Spain to train, oviously he will still be boxing in the UK and hopfuly the US if he beats Brodie.

JOM'S
04-23-2005, 03:53 AM
i see that you BRITS have your own version of "BAD BOY" of Boxing...

i only hope that Scott up his competition so he could prove himself worthy, Injin, JMM, Pac will be a small war but will need a lot of $$$..

czars_salad
04-23-2005, 03:58 AM
i see that you BRITS have your own version of "BAD BOY" of Boxing...

i only hope that Scott up his competition so he could prove himself worthy, Injin, JMM, Pac will be a small war but will need a lot of $$$..
i wonder why harrison is reluctant to fight in the US? afraid to invest on his belt? :rolleyes:

JOM'S
04-23-2005, 07:55 AM
i wonder why harrison is reluctant to fight in the US? afraid to invest on his belt? :rolleyes:

i am not sure about this but i think his handlers are the ones that are not taking the risk that he should ba taking now at this stage of his career ...

Jank
04-23-2005, 10:59 PM
I don't think hes good enough to compete with all the big boys in SF Weight. The only one i think he could beat if he is on form on the night is Ijin Chi. Although Injin would probebly tire Scott out eventually then take the fight. But Scott is getting older all the time so there going to have to make a move sooner or later. He might not even get a chance if he fights Brodie (or his next opponent after that, hopfully Chi) the way he fought Victor Polo.

I really hope he dose well and gets a chance, because its going to be hella interesting to get a Scotsman (or another Brit) mixing it with the top 5.

JOM'S
04-24-2005, 03:44 AM
I don't think hes good enough to compete with all the big boys in SF Weight. The only one i think he could beat if he is on form on the night is Ijin Chi. Although Injin would probebly tire Scott out eventually then take the fight. But Scott is getting older all the time so there going to have to make a move sooner or later. He might not even get a chance if he fights Brodie (or his next opponent after that, hopfully Chi) the way he fought Victor Polo.

I really hope he dose well and gets a chance, because its going to be hella interesting to get a Scotsman (or another Brit) mixing it with the top 5.

IMHO thats good move, after he fights and beats Brodie (???) go after Injin and then go after the Big Boys ...

J !
04-25-2005, 08:04 AM
chi is one of the big boys in my opinion, i give him a good chance agianst marquez and pac.

after all he very nearly beat morales in a disputed decision.

age isnt on his side though but i still think he owuld bash harrison up, basically he is a better version of scott in style and size.

JOM'S
04-25-2005, 01:34 PM
chi is one of the big boys in my opinion, i give him a good chance agianst marquez and pac.

after all he very nearly beat morales in a disputed decision.

age isnt on his side though but i still think he owuld bash harrison up, basically he is a better version of scott in style and size.

JPW buddy whats your take on the upcoming injin-rocky fight??

I am going for Injin, like waht you said EM only beat him on a disputed decision, his Size and Style will overwhelm Rocky, I dont think Juarez will get Chi's respect to back him up ..

J !
04-26-2005, 07:13 AM
the thing with chi is he is getting old now. 31 isnbt young for a feather,

still underrated in my view.

id like to se ehim fight pac that oeuld be a brawl man, give pac the edge but a good fight

JOM'S
04-26-2005, 11:36 AM
the thing with chi is he is getting old now. 31 isnbt young for a feather,

still underrated in my view.

id like to se ehim fight pac that oeuld be a brawl man, give pac the edge but a good fight

I think what's good about injin is his size and chin...

i also like to see him against the PAC, only thing I don't know if the fight is economically sound???

for sure we could not afford that fight in the Philippines, I don't know if Korea will finance it in Seoul, any chance of two Asians figthing in the US make GOOD MONEY ????

J !
04-28-2005, 06:53 AM
id sure pay to see it ;) :boxing:

DR. FREECLOUD
04-28-2005, 07:29 AM
I think what's good about injin is his size and chin...

i also like to see him against the PAC, only thing I don't know if the fight is economically sound???

for sure we could not afford that fight in the Philippines, I don't know if Korea will finance it in Seoul, any chance of two Asians figthing in the US make GOOD MONEY ????

thas a very good question. i'd definately pay to see it but not too much. the average boxing fans here in the states prolly wouldn't pay to see it but the amount of true boxing fans is growing. if they had this fight in the states they would have to promote the hell out of it.

on another note, i'd love to see scott harrison fight here in the states. it sux that we don't get to see some of the great fighters from abroad. i mean from everywhere. i wish they would come out with a boxing channel. you know like the golf channel only it would actually be exciting. seriously...a golf channel?

JOM'S
04-30-2005, 04:40 AM
id sure pay to see it ;) :boxing:

yeah like most if not all the true boxing fans (hardcore fans) as yourself ...

JOM'S
04-30-2005, 04:50 AM
thas a very good question. i'd definately pay to see it but not too much. the average boxing fans here in the states prolly wouldn't pay to see it but the amount of true boxing fans is growing. if they had this fight in the states they would have to promote the hell out of it.

on another note, i'd love to see scott harrison fight here in the states. it sux that we don't get to see some of the great fighters from abroad. i mean from everywhere. i wish they would come out with a boxing channel. you know like the golf channel only it would actually be exciting. seriously...a golf channel?

If ever Chi KO's or beat Rocky in impressive passion will he be a big name (or at least a potential) in the US ???

I HOPE Injin and Scott face each other and the winner gets hold of the 2 belts and then face JMM for the undisputed featherweight championships ....

i was hoping PAC to be in competition for the undisputed FW championship but last news was he was sticking at 130 lbs ...

czars_salad
04-30-2005, 05:28 AM
honestly i have no idea about harrison's prowess. if he is to fight in jin chi, he should have all the patience and determination he needs because the korean is a very hard-punching, stubborn fighter -- pure heart and power, not much skills though

mosley
05-19-2005, 04:46 AM
The man sounds like a right nob. Jeff Fenech is the same way. He's been knocked out that many times by bounces here in Sydney night clubs. He was also stabbed in the face outside a restaurant and had shots fired at his house all during an 8 month span or so in one year. It's almost as though someone doesn't like him. ;)

I haven't seen Harrison fight, but I have to say if he goes to pubs and nightclubs getting drunk so often he get's banned it seems he'll have a very short career. :boxing: