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Old 02-07-2013, 07:39 PM #20
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If I was advising Khan I would tell him to stay at 140 because his big weakness is his chin and 140 pounders don't hit quite as hard as 147 pounders. I don't believe Khan is ever going to be this superstar that can take on all comers and consistantly win. If he fights the best I think he will suffer more KO defeats. Khan has great speed combined with good power and he will beat some good fighters. However he is always going to be in danger of getting KOed by fighters with quick hands and good power. If he insisted on going to 147 then I would tell him to fight Paulie.He beat him so easily before that I am sure he could beat him again because Paulie is such a light puncher and Khan is to fast and sharp for him. That would give Khan a world tittle. But he would have to go right back to avoiding quick handed punchers or risk more KO losses.
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