Audley Harrison wants title shot

Audley Harrison
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Audley Harrison is targeting another world title shot after winning the Prizefighter tournament.

British heavyweight Audley Harrison has said that he is targeting a world title shot after winning the Prizefighter tournament.

The Olympic gold medallist from 2000 turned back the clock to win the tournament, earning £36,000 and resurrecting his career once again.

Harrison was beaten easily by David Haye in his last title shot in 2010, and was knocked out inside a round by David Price last year, but still insists that a world title is in his sights.

"It's been nine years in the wilderness trying to get back my mojo, and as you can see my mojo's back," Harrison told Sky Sports News.

"Forget David Haye, forget David Price. I want the chance to prove now I've got it all together that I'm good enough to be a world champion.

"I'd like that opportunity, and I think with [promoter] Eddie Hearn and hopefully with what I've done here I'm going to get that opportunity."

Harrison's record is now 31 wins and six defeats.

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