13/10/2012 22:28
David Price floors Audley Harrison

David Price was undefeated in his professional career as he faced up to fellow Team GB Olympian Audley Harrison



David Price was undefeated in his professional career as he faced up to fellow Team GB Olympian Audley Harrison
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14/10/2012 00:56
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AUDLEY HARRISON IS THE BIGGEST JOKE I HAVE EVER WITNESSED IN A BOXING RING, LET US HOPE THIS IS THE LAST TIME HE CONS PEOPLE INTO PAYING GOOD MONEY, TO SEE HIM FIGHT ?  DID I GET THAT RIGHT ?  LENNOX LEWIS WOULD HAVE BEATEN HIM WITH ONE ARM TIED BEHIND HIS BACK.  LENNOX COULD COME OUT OF RETIREMENT TOMORROW AND KNOCK HIM OUT IN ABOUT 30 SECONDS.         Coop

14/10/2012 07:17
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i went to school with Audley Harrison and i happen to know he can fight as i have witnessed him first hand. i remember one time i watched him beat three at once.........the poor girls didnt stand a chance. and boy....is he fast.......ive never seen anyone run like that in my life! hoestly he stole my wee sisters dinner money and she knocked him sparko with her school bag. x
14/10/2012 03:20
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Oddly Audley Harrison,

one of two most embarrassing boxers to grace the UK, Davie Haye being the other.

14/10/2012 04:14
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HAS ANYONE NOTICED THAT BLACKS ARE ENGLISH WHEN THEY WANT TO BE


AND SUDDENLY AFRICAN VICTIMS WHEN THEY WANT TO BE,

14/10/2012 09:04
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To be brutally honest Audley Harrison has never been or even looked like a contender for any title. He has always been big and cumbersome, and as a boxer has always been in the second tier. This should be the signal to end it completely. He just ain't got it.
14/10/2012 02:08
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F*ck me, he must be racist because he is white.
14/10/2012 07:42
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I have become despondant with boxing. I used to be a huge fan however look at the state of the sport.

I feel for David Price it was a no win fight for him a shallow victory  over the Bob Sapp of the boxing world. Good luck David.

14/10/2012 07:18
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AUDLEY DONT EVEN KNOW HOW TO BOX, HE IS JUST A DOOR MAN AT A NIGHT CLUB.
14/10/2012 09:19
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@ the truth, now you see this is what happens when you leave the parental controls off your laptop

and let the children play. OK you have a opinion , but i would press the spell checker before i send a message in future.

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Just goes to show if your heart is not in your line of work.You are going to get what you deserve a good shake and MAYBE a result that will lead Audley to finaly say to himself thats enough i am not good enough to box anymore.
14/10/2012 04:08
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To many ignorant and narrow minded people on this forum its shocking!
14/10/2012 09:31
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Typical racist are pencil necks, very poorly educated (as proven by the 'truth') they are cowards with cheap tattoos, a fat girlfriend, live on benefits in a council house and have the obligatory Pit Bull....ring any bells 'the truth'? LMAO!!
14/10/2012 09:47
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He never really had it did he?  He was lucky in the olympics His shear size and weight were his advantage.  His chin is like a glass dish and breaks easily.  Time to call it a day Mr Harrison before somebody really hurts you.  Even he must be disappointed by his lack of success during his pro career.
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Well in Pricey, respect to your mitts mate!

14/10/2012 10:07
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well done david  now shut the tyson fury up  the words that came out of tyson furys mouth last night at the degale fight call in david out calling him gay and his mates i  thought was well out of order the channel 5 repoter had to tell tyson he cant say that live on 5 a few times before tyson fury is just a big lump has no class so i  hope a fights in the pipe line between them to
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