Boxing: Ex-Olympic champion Harrison flattened in 82 seconds
David Price (L) lands a punch on Audley Harrison during their British & Commonwealth Heavyweight Championship boxing match at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, north-west England on October 13, 2012. AFP PHOTO/ANDREW YATES.
LIVERPOOL, United Kingdom – Former Olympic champion Audley Harrison’s latest bid for a meaningful performance in the heavyweight ring ended in a humiliating 82-second flattening on Saturday.
Harrison, now 40, was knocked out by David Price in the first round as the winner retained his British and Commonwealth titles.
It was Sydney Olympic gold medallist Harrison’s sixth professional loss, coming two years after he was knocked out in the second round in Manchester by David Haye.
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