Edited Press Release: 41 year old Oliver ‘The Atomic Bull’ McCall has just been signed to a promotional contract by Warriors Boxing and Chris Webb Promotions, and he want to make another run at regaining a portion of the heavyweight Championship. “Today’s Heavyweight division makes me sick, and I’m the one who is going to bring the luster back to what used to be the most prestigious title in sports,” said McCall. “No one has the tools I do in the ring, and now I’ve got the muscle outside the ring as well to get me back to the championship.” McCall won the WBC title against Lennox Lewis in 1994 and dropped it the following year against Frank Bruno. Perhaps referring to his admitted bouts with drug addiction, McCall said, “right now I have the peace of mind and strong self confidence. I am ready to fight any heavyweight in the world.” McCall is the proud owner of a 46-8 record that includes 33 knockouts and additional wins over Larry Holmes and Oleg Maskaev. Chris Webb states, “I am honored to be a part of Oliver’s comeback. Everyone knows that when Oliver stays focused he has the ability to beat anyone in the world.” “Bringing Oliver McCall on board is an exciting development for us at Warriors Boxing,” said Leon Margules. “Oliver can punch, can take a punch, and he has Championship-level experience. All he needs now is the opportunity to face one of the world champions, and that’s what we’re planning as we speak.” McCall, who scored a third round TKO win over Wallace McDaniel in his last bout on May 27, will return to the ring at a date and site to be announced shortly.