British promoter Frank Warren could hardly be described as a happy negotiating partner for Vivian Harris. Warren argued back and forth constantly last year with Harris about the now former WBA champion making an appearance in England to face Ricky Hatton. Harris stubbornly refused to accept terms from Warren that would have seen him make more money for a single fight than at any otehr time in his career. Instead, Harris traveled once again to Germany to face European standout Oktay Urkal for less than 100, 000 dollars, a pittance to the 750,000 he was offered to face Hatton. Warren gleefully observed Harris' demise this past weekend at the hands of Carlos Maussa and has gone as far as to call Harris an "idiot," in light of the disastrous turn of events in Harris' career of late. A WBA/IBF light welterweight unification match has even been mentioned in the form of a Harron-Maussa fight to add insult to injury, and the fact that Harris lost to Maussa, a fighter already well handled by WBO champion Miguel Cotto, puts the now former WBA champion so far down the pecking order, it is hard to see a positive future for him in the division.