Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Amir Khan: David Haye Can End The Klitschkos' Rule

By Edward Chaykovsky

WBA junior welterweight champion Amir Khan is supporting countryman David Haye to end the rule of the Klitschko brothers. Haye places his WBA title at stake in a unification bout with WBO/IBO/IBF champion Wladimir Klitschko on July 2 in Hamburg. Khan feels Haye is capable of knocking out either brother, Wladimir or older brother and WBC champion Vitali Klitschko.

“He’s looking in good shape for this fight. I really think he could knocks the Klitschkos out. At the moment they are taking over, they’re on top of the world and beating whoever they fight. But there is a new heavyweight on the block in David Haye and he will come and take the title off them," Khan told talkSport.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DoomCity202 on 06-18-2011

wow is all i can say. This will be more disappointing than Mosley Pacquiao. Guaranteed.

Comment by Kris Silver on 06-18-2011

There's been a new HW for ages Amir, and he's already got a belt. Wlad has more than 'a belt'. And he's unlike to face both Klit's as he'll retire.

Comment by GRUSTLER on 06-18-2011

To me the fight is pretty much even. I'm leaning towards Haye a lil than Wlad.

Comment by shenmue on 06-18-2011

Wlad will Brutally KO Haye, this one isn't going to points.

Comment by -EAGLE- on 06-18-2011

they're gonna rob Haye anyway if they go on points :D

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (10)
Top Headlines Horn's Trainer: Secret 10-Point Plan in Place To Beat Pacquiao Pacquiao: McGregor Not Compatible With Boxing - He Won't Win Lomachenko's Manager Responds Back To Team Rigondeaux Shane Mosley Jr. Motivated To Impress on Pacquiao-Horn Card Joseph Parker vs. Hughie Fury Now in Manchester, September 23 Fortune: Plain and Simple - Horn Has No Shot To Beat Pacquiao! Team Rigondeaux on Lomachenko: We're Calling Your 130 Bluff! Photos: Tomasz Adamek Returns, Defeats Solomon Haumono Duran: If McGregor is Serious, He'll Break Mayweather's Legs Rigondeaux Wants Lomachenko at 126, Worried He'll Go To 135 Omar Chavez Wants To Get His Hands on Antonio Margarito Roach: I Have Not Seen This Manny Pacquiao in Seven Years! Pacquiao: I've Never Been This Motivated, Fired Up For a Fight! Loeffler: Canelo-GGG, Mayweather-McGregor Both Will Do Well Lomachenko's Manager Dares Rigondeaux: Come Up To 130! Broner Trainer: Garcia Is 'No Marcos Maidana, No Shawn Porter' Light Heavy Holds, Burnett Enters at 118: BScene Ratings Update Buatsi Confident Joshua Will Guide Him Proper To a World Title Carlos Negron Drops Derric Rossy Twice, Stops Him in Four Anthony Fowler Eager To Improve Despite Second Win Manny Pacquiao: Horn is No Easy Fight, He's a Tough Opponent Hopkins Rips Mayweather: Shows a Lack of Respect For Boxing! Golovkin-Canelo and the Allure of Exclusivity Javier Fortuna Crushes Mario Beltre in Two Rounds Carlos Diaz Stays on Track, Decisions Sergio Puente Over Ten BJ Flores Dominates Nick Guivas, Wants Bigger Fight Golovkin: Everyone Knows Saunders is Not Serious, He's a Clown Tyrone Brunson Gets Off The Mat To Blast Out Kermit Cintron Santa Cruz's Father Wants Interim-Bout Before Mares Rematch Heather Hardy Wins MMA Debut With TKO on Bellator Card Photos: Manny Pacquiao Hits Brisbane For Jeff Horn Showdown Mayweather Trainer: McGregor-Van Heerden Sparring Could Be Staged Tomasz Adamek, Glowacki, Masternak Pick Up Wins in Poland Pacquiao: I Expect Horn To Go Toe To Toe, It's Going To Be a War Deontay Wilder Ready To Travel For The Right Deal, Says DiBella British Squad Claims Record Eight Medals in Euro Championships Bradley Saunders Puts Injury Nightmare To Bed Vasyl Lomachenko To Fight in August, But Against Whom? Nam-Joon Lee Decisions Gomera, Captures WBA Asia Title Javier Fortuna Stays Busy With Santo Domingo Return
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement