Audley: Ref stopped fight too early
Big talking Audley Harrison, who landed just a single jab in his embarrassing attempt to wrestle the WBA crown from David Haye a few weeks ago has stated that he intends to carry on his professional boxing career and also wildly claims the referee stopped the fight prematurely.
"I think the Vitali Klitschko beating of Shannon Briggs a few weeks earlier and the public outcry made the referee jump in early and I was denied the opportunity to show my grit, determination and desire to be in there and compete and try to get back on level terms." stated Harrision.
It is not known where Harrison goes from this epic, public loss - but promoter Frank Maloney has already thrown an opportunity his way to match up against his Olympian heavyweight, David Price.
Elsewhere Haye looks set to take care of a mandatory obligation against Ruslan Chagaev.
The German goes by the moniker of "white tyson" and has already been knocked out by Wladimir Klitschko.
However a cloud hangs over the fight as the he has been diagnosed with Hepatitis B - and Haye is calling for the showdown in the UK, but the British Medical Association will likely prevent the fight from happening and Universum are trying to organise the fight to be made elswhere before April 2011.