Audley Harrison has said he might keep on boxing despite his
career seemingly having come to a grinding halt in Liverpool
earlier this month.
The 2000 Olympic super-heavyweight gold medallist was brutally
knocked out in 82 seconds by David Price and it was thought he'd
hang up his gloves.
But it seems that his 'Yes I can' attitude has not been yet been
beaten out of him.
"I looked at the tape & saw my mistake. Took advantage with
a brutal finish, but I think I may have to roll the dice one more
time," Harrison, who turns 41 on Friday, wrote on Twitter.
"If I got to show more with price, that may have been it; but
with such a quick ending, I'm itching to go again. Will I; we will
"I think my decision is made. I ran on Sunday, did 10 rds
yesterday...weights today. I can't help the way I'm feeling, but I
"Was not a long punishing fight, I'll chill for now and think
long & hard before I make a final decision."