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Two-time WBO featherweight champion Scott Harrison has said he is ready to seek another title in another weight division providing he gets by Victor Polo later this month. The rock-hard Scot defends his belt against the contender on January 28 at the Braehead Arena, Glasgow and, assuming he wins, wants to then move up to super-featherweight and chase the likes of mega-star Marco Antonio Barrera.
Last time out Harrison left the same arena to the sounds of jeers and cat-calls after almost decapitating someone called Samuel Kebede, a fighter as inept as he was obscure, in 59 abject seconds. However, the 27-year-old is keen to put that behind him, starting with the bout with three-time title challenger Polo (who twice pushed Derrick Gainer very close) and then moving on to bigger and better things in the higher division.