|WBO Featherweight Champion Scott Harrison is in Las Vegas for this weekend's epic third match between Mexican warriors Marco Antonio Barrera and arch nemesis Erik "El Terrible" Morales at the MGM Grand. Harrison has traveled from Glasgow, Scotland, along with his father/trainer Peter Harrison and manager Frank|
Maloney, and plans on calling out the winner of this much anticipated third installment of one of the best fights in the last twenty-five years. "Scott Harrison believes, as I do, that he has the tools to beat either Erik Morales or Marco Antonio Barrera," said Maloney. "Scott would obviously have to step up in weight to face the winner but he's quite happy to do so. Scott has always been a very, very big featherweight and is unbelievably strong for the weight so it won't be a problem at all to go up to super feather. While we're in Vegas we'll be visiting Danny Williams as he trains for his heavyweight title fight against Vitali Klitschko and we hope to meet and greet the American press as well, but make no mistake; we mean business and plan on proving that Scott Harrison is the world's best fighter at 126 or 130-pounds."