edit, i will be add updates from the bbc as i see them
1813 BOXING: Amir Khan has claimed the unidientified man talked to WBA supervisor Michael Welsh at ringside and interfered with the judges' scorecards. WBA president Mendoza went on to tell BBC Sport that Welsh was "concerned about the gentleman being around him" and "couldn't get coordination to do job properly during the fight".
1811 BOXING: More from WBA president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza who has told BBC Sport they "are not satisfied" with what happened at the Amir Khan v Lamont Petersen fight and he claimed to be an IBF official.
1817 BOXING: More from Mendoza: "The [Washington DC] Commission did not behave properly in this fight in seeking the fairness that needed to be [there]."
1820 BOXING: Mendoza added: "There was not the proper security in the arena, especially in the ring side zone where the Commission sits
1821 BOXING: According to WBA president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza: "There should be a direct re-match of this fight [Khan v Peterson]"
1832 BOXING: A bit more from WBA president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza: "You have to guarantee fairness, you have to guarantee that no one who isn't directly involved can sit at the table."
1905 BOXING: With relation to the controversy surrounding the Amir Khan v Lamont Petersen fight, the IBF's public relations director Jeanette Salazar has said: "At this point in time we have been advised by our lawyers not to speak out in order to keep the integrity of the [IBF] hearing which is scheduled on 18 January."
1907 BOXING: WBA president Gilberto Jesus Mendoza: Washington Commission need "to offer public, Amir Khan and Lamont Peterson" explanation about who he is."
1909 BOXING: More from Mendoza: "I've spoken directly to Amir Khan... Told him we are seeking fairness in the result of the fight."
1910 BOXING: Last bit from Mendoza: "There are a lot of facts during the fight that makes a lot of controversy & there a lot of grounds to make a direct rematch."
This is perhaps a huge victory for boxing, yes the haters will hate but everyone can see nothing legit went on here, it seems some sort of corruption is at large
wba strip peterson of the belt, and make this a no contest
The World Boxing Association say they do not know the identity of the 'mystery man' at the centre of the latest Amir Khan controversy.
An unidentified person has been accused by Khan, who lost his WBA and IBF light-welterweight titles to Lamont Peterson last month, of interfering with the judges during the fight.
Video footage shows a man talking to WBA fight supervisor Michael Welsh and he appears to point out something on a scorecard.
Khan highlighted the incidents on his Twitter account but on Friday Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, the vice-president of the WBA, said the man was "unknown" to the organisation.
Mendoza confirmed that the WBA were investigating Khan's comments, and insisted the man shown in the images is not known by the governing body.
"I am going over the facts but this man is also unknown to us," he said.
The 2004 Olympic silver medallist is concerned about the appearance of the man, also unknown to him, at ringside during the bout and claimed the man should not have been talking to Welsh.
Khan's business manager Asif Vali said they have asked for explanations from the various governing bodies relating to a number of their concerns but have yet to receive answers.
"There are four or five different things that require answers and my job is to ensure we get those answers," he said.
"I want to know the reason this person sat there and what's going on. We did the table plan with Golden Boy Promotions and the WBA official was already in his seat and the IBF official was already in his seat, so who is this person? What's he doing talking to the WBA? Why is he handling the slips?
gb reveal he was an ibf official who WAS NOT SANCTIONED FOR THIS fight, so why is he interfering with the judges scorecard when nobody is allowed and then celebrating with peterson?
they also said more shocks will come out soon which they have kept from the public per advice from their lawyers