Audley Harrison walked out to Bob Marley’s prophetic acoustic ballad 'Redemption Song' for his comeback fight last weekend against London-based Iraqi Ali Adams. And he was so redeemed with a fourth round stoppage of the man that vowed to end his career. But as is usually the way with A-Force, this footage of the fight misses his winning moment…
Audley Harrison won his comeback fight against Ali Adams with a fourth round stoppage at the Brentwood Centre in Essex on Saturday night.
The former Olympic champion returned in emphatic fashion in his first fight since his one-sided defeat to then world champion David Haye in November 2010.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the boxing hall… This weekend sees the return of Audley Harrison, and the former European heavyweight champion and Olympic gold medallist is back on the world title campaign trail. His pectoral is fully healed, he’s planning on coming back stronger and has the likes of Tyson Fury and David Price in his sights.
Heavyweight Ali Adams wants you to get to know him before, according to him, he knocks out Audley Harrison in the fourth round of their April 14 encounter at the Brentwood Centre in Essex. Here is the Iraqi-born Londoner’s introduction video…
Former European heavyweight champion Audley Harrison has confirmed he will be returning to the ring on April 14 to take on Iraqi-born Ali Adams at the Brentwood Centre in Essex.
Harrison last fought in November 2010 when he was humiliated by David Haye after failing to throw a punch in a heavily promoted challenge for the WBA heavyweight title.