Audley Harrison has announced his intention to carry on boxing despite being knocked unconscious by David Price in his last fight.
The 41-year-old lasted just 82 seconds against British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Price in Liverpool earlier this month.
It was the latest in a long list of failures by the Briton since he turned professional in 2001 following his Olympic gold medal success at the Sydney Games a year earlier.
Harrison, however, has decided against hanging up his gloves just yet.
He wrote on Twitter: "It's official... I've decided to carry on. One more shot at glory. It could be over; next fight will tell me. See u in a ring real soon.
"A decision has come from above. He told me son 'lace up your gloves' your time as a boxer is not quite done, so go out there & have some fun.
"Despite the haters ...I've had a good journey, truly am grateful for my blessing & give all praise to jah, god, universe. Rolling the dice!"