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 Last update:  12/25/2013       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Amir Khan Looks To Establish Boxing School in Pakistan
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Amir Khan is proposing the idea of establishing a university of fisticuff excellence in Pakistan - the country of his ancestors.

The aim is to discover, nurture and develop boxing talent to elevate the sport to the world level in this "Kings' College."

It will involve Amir visiting Pakistan to see for himself and to plan accordingly. The next step is for the Government of Pakistan to offer a piece of land where the facility can be built.

Another initial stage of this overall development plan is to offer the facilities and services of his gym in Bolton, free for Pakistan's Amateur Boxing Team for their preparations to compete in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next year.

Amir extended the same hand of friendship to Pakistan's Boxing Federation in the run up to the London Olympic Games.

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comment by micky1971, on 12-26-2013
o.m.g. why do so many people here feel the need to tell everyone their "current favourites" or their "all time favourites" lol so stupid.:bukkake:

comment by micky1971, on 12-26-2013
sounds a good idea but, AND I DO MEAN BUT.....either the taliban will ruin it or the yanks will do a drone strike on it. the potential talent will lose out either way.

comment by Adzz, on 12-25-2013
[QUOTE=takingaim]WHEN DID I MENTION ANYTHING ABOUT ASIA? Exactly... Golovkin is half Russian (European), and half Korean. Not that it matters, but now for some bizarre reason, a thread about Khan setting up a boxing school in Pakistan has moved to what ethnicity Golovkin is. F*ck you people...

comment by AgainstTheRopes, on 12-25-2013
There's boxing talent to be found everywhere. You dont have to look any further than Ruslan Provodnikov who is from a remote village in Siberia or Pacquiao/Donaire both from the same rural area in the Philippines.

comment by Floyd Junior, on 12-25-2013
There's definitely untapped talent in Pakistan, but like everything else, it'll take decades for them to put half decent system together - and even more years for them to get up to speed. The Northern areas, Afghan and Kashmiri borders, have some very raw, tough people. They're raised in extrem...

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