Former European heavyweight champion Audley Harrison has vowed to return to boxing after his stint on hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing, claiming he will give the sport ‘one more shot’.
In light of the recent decision by his former friend turned foe, David Haye, to walk away from boxing on his 31st birthday, Harrison confirmed that he would fight on after his time on the show.
With his 31st birthday just two days away David Haye, Britain’s former world heavyweight champion has kept his word and brought his boxing career to an end. Haye has always promised that he wouldn’t fight on after 30.
As far as switching sides go, George Groves’ relocation to Frank Warren Promotions this summer was as bold a move as Carlos Tevez’s traipse across the Manchester divide a couple of summers back.
Undisputed heavyweight Super champion Wladimir Klitschko will face former cruiserweight champion Jean-Marc Mormeck on December 10 in Dusseldorf's Esprit Arena.
Having easily beaten David Haye in his last outing, Wladimir will now face the man Haye beat back in 2007 to unify the cruiserweight division. Since that loss, Mormeck has laboured his way to three wins at heavyweight and not stopped an opponent in five years.
The Klitschko production house has been at it again. Here is their coverage of Vitali Klitschko’s destruction of Tomasz Adamek at the start of the month, from arriving at the Municipality Stadium in Wroclaw, to the dressing room ritual, to his masterful ring display, to addressing the David Haye issue in the post-fight press conference.
Heavyweight boxer Audley Harrison believes his stint on BBC ballroom dance show Strictly Come Dancing will help him get into shape for his return to the ring in 2012.
Harrison has pilled on the pounds since his crushing defeat to David Haye last year, and the 18st heavyweight says the practice sessions with dance partner Natalie Lowe will be like a training camp for him.
This incredible speech is by motivational speaker Eric Thomas (ET The Hip Hop Preacher). If only Audley Harrison had listened to this before his fight with David Haye, he would now be at home polishing his belts and Haye would be getting ready for Strictly Come Prancing.
WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko and challenger Tomasz Adamek came face to face yesterday for their final press conference ahead of their September 10 title fight in Wroclaw, Poland.