BOXER JOAN GUZMAN: "First of all, I hope that Scott Harrison gets whatever medical and professional help he needs to straighten out his life. For him and his family, that is more important than boxing. Second, I know there was criticism of me, my manager and my promoters when we decided, after three postponements by Harrison and his promoter Frank Warren, to fight Javier Jauregui on the de la Hoya-Mayorga HBO PPV show at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. "Can there be any doubt that Team Guzman made the right choice in adding Golden Boy Promotions to co-promote me along with Sycuan Ringside Promotions? I could be sitting in Belfast today having trained off an on since last October for a world title that we believed would never happen. As it turns out, the real victim is challenger Gary St. Clair. I trusted in my manager, Jose Nunez, and my co-promoters and they were 100 percent correct. I look forward to my next fight under the banner of Golden Boy and Sycuan. And I wish Scott Harrison a great recovery from whatever demons he is battling.' MANAGER JOSE NUNEZ: "Our decision to fight in Las Vegas is completely vindicated now. We don't hit a man when he is down so we won't insult Scott Harrison. But Frank Warren and Frank Maloney played games with us and with Guzman's life and career, moving the date three times and even switching the site from Glasgow to Belfast. You can't play with people's lives like that. Anybody who would put Harrison in a boxing ring in his current condition is a monster. Let Harrison save his life and deal with boxing later. "I will point out that Sycuan VP Scott Woodworth made an amazing prediction. When Warren moved the title bout from March 25 to May 20 and from Scotland to Belfast, Woodworth told me and Joan that Harrison would pull out of the fight two or three days before the actual event was to take place. I already asked Scott to give me next year's Super Bowl winner. Thank God we are now in good hands with Mr. de la Hoya and Sycuan and Guzman received tremendous exposure on HBO pay-per-view. The best is yet to come for Joan Guzman.