Revelling in his Prizefighter glory, Audley Harrison has told of his hope of avenging his 82 second loss to David Price after hearing of the British champion’s first loss to Tony Thompson.
The 41 year-old impressed tonight to dispatch three opponents and claim victory in the Matchroom tournament and remains optimistic of a win over Price similar to that of Thompson’s two-round win at the Echo Arena.
“I was able to get revenge over Martin Rogan today and I want to kind of avenge all my losses, so I am upset that he got stopped,” Harrison told Sky Sports’ Ed Robinson.
“I was confident if I hit my left hand on David’s chin I could have taken him out.
“It’s commiserations to him because he was a great prospect and it kind of leaves the door open for Tyson Fury,” he added.
Harrison became the first man to win two Prizefighter competitions whilst lifting the trophy aloft and hopes to build up to another world title shot after failing miserably against David Haye in a previous chance in 2010.