William Mackay: Sky Sports News boxing analyst Glenn McCrory thinks former two-time light welterweight champion Amir Khan (26-3, 18 KO’s) should retire now that he’s been knocked out again. McCrory believes that Khan is taking a great risk by continuing
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Amir Khan will fight in Britain for the first time in two years after it was confirmed the light-welterweight will face Julio Diaz in April. The former world champion will meet the tough Mexican in Sheffield on April 27 in his first bout on English soil
Please activate cookies in order to turn autoplay off • April bout will be Khan's first in Britain for two years • Haroon Khan and Anthony Ogogo to box on undercard Amir Khan's last fight in Britain was his controversial win over Paul McCloskey in 2011.
Scott Heavey/Getty Images Amir Khan's likely opponent for his return to the UK is former two-time lightweight titlist Julio Diaz. Former junior welterweight titlist Amir Khan, who hasn't fought in his native England in two years, will have his next fight
Scott Gilfoid: Former IBF lightweight champion Julio Diaz (40-7-1, 29 KO’s) has already figured out how to beat Amir Khan (27-3, 19 KO’s) in their catchweight right on April 20th in the UK. Diaz sees Khan’s lack of a chin and his tendency for panic as an
OK, it took every bit of 440 days. But I guess I'm officially on board. I'll concede to being on the naysayer side of his ledger since Dec. 10, 2011, when an IBF/WBA title fight -- or district-sanctioned cable TV mugging, if you prefer -- ended within hi
OK, it took every bit of 440 days. But I guess I'm officially on board. Seems this Lamont Peterson kid can fight, after all. I'll concede to being on the naysayer side of his ledger since Dec. 10, 2011, when an IBF/WBA title fight -- or district-sanction