Audley Harrison says he will carry on boxing despite his
82-second defeat by David Price
won Olympic gold in Sydney in 2000,
failed in his attempt to win the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles.
Despite admitting he
said on Twitter:
"It's official...I've decided to carry on.
"One more shot at glory. It could be over; next fight will tell me. See you in a ring real soon."
Harrison's first-round knockout by Price was the sixth defeat of his professional career, leaving him with a record which reads 28 wins in 34 fights, including 21 knockouts.
His previous defeat was
against David Haye
in November 2010 in a WBA heavyweight title fight.