Harold "Harry" Angus looks set to face the man mountain Giant Man III this coming Sunday for the world heavyweight title. All that remains is for both parties to sign the contracts.
Angus called a press conference just moments ago where he said, "I'm happy to face Giant Man III so that I can attempt to win the most prestigious title in boxing once again. I have thought about this fight for a few days now and I realize that it is an opportunity I should definitely not walk away from. Harold "Harry" Angus has never turned a fight down in his life and there is no way I could continue to box if I went back on my word and said no to this bout. Everything is agreed in principal. Contracts have yet to be signed but there are only a few minor details to iron out which I'm expecting to be sorted at some point tomorrow."
Angus was asked if he had ever seriously thought about turning down the challenge and he responded quite emphatically, "Nope, never. I was trying to drum up some more interest because it makes sense to have as many people interested in this fight as possible. I wanted to hear the negative comments from nobodies like Peligro Alcarez who assume I don't want any part of a fight like this. I wanted the forums, the switchboards, the TV networks and the man on the street to argue over whether Harry Angus had the balls to take this fight. Of course, I always knew I would accept the fight, that's why I said I would face him if he won the belts."
He was then asked if he had been impressed with the way Giant Man III had crushed all 21 of his opponents with only 2 fights going into the second round. Harold seemed to light up before saying, "Giant Man III is a machine. He will roll right over you. His mission is to destroy and he puts it all on the line to do exactly that. He's exciting because he anihilates fighters with his all-action brutal onslaught. It's quite a sight."
Finally he was asked if he could overcome the immense size disadvantages and Harold paused before saying, "I don't know. I will find out on the weekend if I have made a fatal mistake or if I am heavyweight champion of the world. Life is a gamble. As a fighter I needed a challenge before I took on somebody the fans would be split over. I looked at Allan Green and Red Death Shaoting but everytime things got close to happening they would lose. I couldn't wait for Giant Man III to lose so I have to take this fight. There is a matter of pride here. I'm proud of my career, my legacy. People have been knocking me but I've chosen my moment and the time is now. It's doomsday. One of us is going out of there on a stretcher."