Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by WordGreat, Jan 17, 2021.
Weird answer. You are obviously not schooled on European boxing
Prime Audley Harrison: Could he crack the top 10 today?
Is a better thread title.
Audley was a fine artist.
He spent more time on the canvas than Van Gough.
Fraudley would get his glass jaw shattered into a million pieces by Joshua and even the light-hitting Fury would also starch A-FARCE.
A prime Sprott would surely tear Joshua an even newer one.
People make fun of Audley, but at his best he was avoided and devastating. Past prime, yeah he wasn’t up to much
Harrison had all the tools, but couldn't use them. It's like having a big diсk that never gets hard.
Being scared was his biggest let down,
Once you get scared In there, game over.
Fear switches some people on and brings out the best in them.
That wasn't the case with Audley unfortunately.
Would be beat Kownacki?
Naaaaaaaaah, at most number 2 behind Enzo Mac.
Yeah, I mean, Audley was decent, mostly just turned pro too late, started to become injury prone, ended up obliged to go into fights in poor shape, physical and mental. He was 35 by the time he put in his only [arguably] world class pro performance, in the second Williams fight.
He was pretty brave to take the Wilder fight in his 40s. Wilder at the time had genuinely awesome power. It ended about as well as anyone could have expected.
Yes he’d be the #1 sparring partner to Fres Oquendo.