Aussie heavyweight puncher Lucas Browne has once again called for a battle in Britain with double Prizefighter champion Audley Harrison as the 33 year-old looks to enhance his reputation further.
Fourteeen knockouts in fifteen contests have already struck fear through the division as Browne is seen as a real title contender in future – and ‘Big Daddy’ continues to call out some of the bigger names on British shores due to his ties with Hatton Promotions.
“Audley Harrison is showing some interest as he was asking if I’d seen the Prizefighter show he won on Australian TV and what I thought of it,” Browne told World Boxing News.
“If that means he is up for a fight, then I’d love for Ricky to get me over there and let me KO him for the fans.
“Even Dereck Chisora seeing how he has his licence back. Let’s see how his fight goes on April 20 and then maybe I could serve him another knockout loss after Haye.
“Speaking of Haye, I’m glad he is back as it puts a bit of excitement into the mix, although I am not sure whether I would feature on his list of possible opponents.”
Browne is currently scheduled to fight James Toney on April 28 in Melbourne in what will be the toughest test of his career so far. A win against the American would lead nicely into a third UK appearance for the unbeaten fighter, who could make a big statement by becoming the first fighter in history to stop Toney through 84 bouts.