Well actually Audley Harrison was the 2002 super heavyweight Olympic champion but his career has consistently flattered to deceive since he started trying to win without throwing punches.
Harrison will go down in history as one of the great unfulfilled talents and it's a mystery how someone can win an Olympic title with such devastating force and then go on to be such a timid fighter upon turning pro.
No wonder he earnt himself the nickname "Fraudley" and on this performance he can have no complaints with the moniker. He should retire now whilst no one remembers him ever throwing a punch.
Indeed this fight has probably put Harrison out of his misery and ended his career for him.
In complete contrast David Price's star is on the rise and the 6'8" Liverpudlian is the real deal and looking every inch the British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion that he is.
This was 40 year old Harrison's first fight since he last topped the bill in an embarrassingly one sided fight against David Haye in Manchester two years ago. Mercifully this time he was spared any hint that he may have to fight his way to a pay cheque and was demolished in 82 seconds of brutal punching power.
It was testament to how low Harrisons' stock has fallen that he was brought into the ring with a chorus of "who the fuck are you" ringing in his ears and he must have wondered where he went wrong in his career that it had come to this.
By way of exact opposites Price entered to a rapturous version of "you'll never walk alone" that must have had the Liverpudlian swelling with pride.
As for the boxing – Price unleashed a right hand of pure fury that connected with Harrison flush on the chin and had his man covering up for all he was worth before the referee stepped in to end the fight.
As a contest Price will have got little out of it but it was a necessary juncture to end one fighter's career and confirm what we already know: