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 Last update:  9/25/2011       Read more by Mel Ohlhoft         
   
Amir Khan, Marcos Maidana Renew The Verbal War
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By Mel "Sabaka" Ohlhoft

The war of words has been renewed between WBA/IBF junior welterweight champion Amir "King" Khan, and his division rival, WBA "regular" champ Marcos "El Chino" Maidana. Khan took the first shot, wondering why the critics weren't attacking Maidana for facing Russian opponent Petr Petrov, who Maidana stopped in four rounds on Friday in Argentina. Khan took a lot of heat for his selection of opponent in July, Zab Judah, and wondered why Maidana didn't receive the same treatment.

"By the way, Maidana fought [on Friday] and won by knockout. Well done, but the guy he fought wasn't even [ranked] in the top 50 [at 140]. Why is it when I fought Judah, who was fourth in the world, I got criticized," Khan wondered.

Maidana quickly fired back with a response - "Because you run scared from me, that's why. For the Queen's fans, it's not me [doing the] talking here. She always starts mentioning my name, and I'll always answer every time she does."

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comment by whatismyname, on 09-26-2011
Who did Maidana beat to become a world champion anyway? WBA is so full of **** with this supertitle gift crap.

comment by Dirk Diggler UK, on 09-26-2011
[url]http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sport/boxing/3836648/Amir-Khan-puts-Marcos-Maidana-in-his-place.html[/url] "Maidana just wants a payday, so good luck to him. "I beat the guy and he's going backwards. All my fights in the light-welterweight division have been against fighters in t...

comment by lest26, on 09-26-2011
Khans such a pamperd whiney retard, i hope he talks himself into a rematch with Maidana a real fighter who dont chery pick his way to the top willing to fight anyone, Khans gona get put in his place next time, Khans the biggest joke champion of all time, pretends to be a great boxer but he dont e...

comment by jnapoli85, on 09-26-2011
I really hope Khan never fights Floyd cause he is going to get KTFO and all this will accomplish is it will embarrass Freddie.

comment by PEANUT BOSS, on 09-26-2011
chino did not even mention khan. the article about him said he was ready for morales bradley and mcclosky. But khan had to throw some fuel to the fire and sparked el chino.. Chino is also champion because khan is super champion. So chino has to defend his title against mcloscky. Its bad how...

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