In today’s seemingly diva-infested boxing world, there is one guy left who doesn’t duck fighters, hand-pick opponents, or make excuses. His name is Amir “King” Khan: the undisputed and unified Light Welterweight Champion of the world.
The fact that Khan is willing to take on the best at any time, has said several times he has the goods to possibly beat Floyd Mayweather, and regularly gets the best of Manny Pacquiao in their sparring sessions speaks volumes about him. Being from England, casual boxing fans may not know too much about him, but avid fans have taken notice. Amir Khan is the real deal. He has a lethal combination of speed, power, will, and boxing instinct that rivals the greats of the modern era.
Khan and his trainer, the legendary Freddie Roach (who also trains Pacquiao), have already said that after his upcoming bout with Lamont Peterson on December 10th, they would like to explore moving up in weight to get some big fights, namely against the aforementioned Mayweather. That is all good and well, except for one aspect: I'm not sure Khan will beat Lamont "Havoc" Peterson. READ FULL AT: