Jan 26 2012 By Gordon Parks
FALLEN former world boxing champion Scott Harrison is expected to confirm his ring comeback in Glasgow on March 10th.
The controversial featherweight is expected to be told this week that he will be fighting on the undercard of Ricky Burns' interim WBO lightweight clash at Braehead Arena.
Harrison has been kept in the dark about speculation that he's been lined up for his first bout since 2005 on the glamour bill in the west end of Scotland.
And the fighter's father Peter insists no date has been confirmed for a return.
Harrison Snr said: "I will be speaking to Frank Warren's people but if he was fighting soon I'd have thought Scott would be the first person to know about that.
"But all these stories that he's fighting on March 10 is news to me. It's a nightmare position for Scott because he's training hard in he gym to fight again after getting his license back.
"But he has not got a date yet and you'd have thought we would be the first to know when Scott was fighting again.
"We are just training as normal before we are told otherwise."
Meanwhile, Scottish light welterweight champion Stuart Green is wanted for a rematch by his victim Gary McArthur.
But the Kirkcaldy star already has his eye on moving up to become the next British champion.
His manager, Tommy Gilmour, reckons he could be in line for a British title eliminator and after beating McArthur he has big plans.
Green said: "I won't lie and I obviously want to fight for the big titles and being British champion would be a dream come true.
"I want bigger and better titles but this would be a big dream for me and that's what I want to do.
"I have to find a killer punch that will make these fights easier but this is my ultimate goal. I am very ambitious and want to become the best in Britain."