BOXER Scott Harrison has been sentenced to another four years in a Spanish jail in a bodyblow to his dreams of becoming a world champion again.
The Scot was found guilty of assaulting three men at a brothel near Malaga after a one-day trial at Malaga.
He received two years each for the two most serious assaults and a fine for a lesser assault on his third victim.
His dreams of a return to boxing greatness lay in tatters last night after court officials published their sentence.
Harrison, 35, is expected to launch an appeal to avoid an immediate return to prison and try to go ahead with a third comeback fight in Glasgow on 1 December before that hearing takes place.
He only left jail in Spain in September last year after completing a 30-month prison sentence for a 2005 assault near Malaga.
Today’s sentence followed his arrest over a May 2007 assault on three Spaniards at a brothel called Oxigeno in Alhaurin el Grande near Malaga.
The boxer’s two cousins Edward and David McGill were also arrested - but have yet to be located and tried.