SCOTT HARRISON remains confident he will be able to enjoy a successful comeback to the ring tonight despite a late change to his opponent, with the Scot now fighting Hungarian Gyorgy Mizsei Jr.
The former World Boxing Federation featherweight champion was originally scheduled to contest his first bout in 6½ years against Brahim Bariz.
However, the Frenchman informed Harrison's camp on Tuesday night he was not going to travel for the fight at Kelvin Hall. That forced promoter Frank Warren and Alex Morrison, Harrison's manager, to find a new opponent at short notice, with Mizsei Jr stepping in.
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