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Photos: Audley is PF III King, Beats Rogan, Rossy, Bertino

York Hall, London - Audley "The A-Force" Harrison (31-6, 23 KOs), the 2000 Sydney super heavyweight gold medalist won his second tournament in the Prizefighter series. Audley destroyed Claus Bertino in 33-seconds, won a three round unanimous decision in a rematch with Martin Rogan and punished Derric Rossy for a two round TKO in the final match of the tournament.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by raf727 on 02-24-2013

[QUOTE=atomicsad;13076044]Winning a 3 round bout is meaningless! May as well be amateurs!! If they want to have a real pro tourney, make it 8, 10 and then 12 rounds so we can happens in professional fights, not amateur.[/QUOTE] It is…

Comment by PowerFlow on 02-24-2013

[QUOTE=BritJimbo;13076724]lol, yes I thought that too, funny stuff....[B]shows how boxing can be so unpredictably fun[/B].....[/QUOTE] Yep, so true. Any thing can -- and often does -- happen in this sport.

Comment by PowerFlow on 02-24-2013

Great, now he'll never retire, lol! But seriously, good day for the old guys.

Comment by The Nephilim on 02-23-2013

[b]Goddly Harrison!!!![/b]

Comment by CAMPER on 02-23-2013

Happy for this crazy bastard ha ha.

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