|12-14-2012, 02:48 AM||#1|
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Comments Thread For: Amir Khan Says Pacquiao's Knockout Loss Hit Home
Amir Khan admits old sparring partner Manny Pacquiao's nasty knockout last weekend gave him plenty of food for thought as he prepares to meet Carlos Molina on Saturday.
The Briton takes on undefeated local lad Molina in Los Angeles desperate to put on a performance after defeats in his last two fights.
His American counterpart is a huge underdog for the fight and only has seven stoppages among his 17 wins. But Khan is wary of underestimating him, especially after his old friend Pacquiao was rendered unconscious by Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday.
That sixth-round knockout not only proved that nothing can be taken for granted in the ring, it also vindicated Khan's insistence that anyone can be caught with a devastating punch following his stoppage by Danny Garcia in July.
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|12-14-2012, 03:00 AM||#6|
Comments thread for: Amir Khan had toast for breakfast
"**** Khan that *****, ducking cereal, he's just lucky that toast didn't land on his chin"
|12-14-2012, 04:16 AM||#10|
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kahn is unik, he is the first boxer in history that even the worst ameteur boxer have a shot of beating.
Hit him and he turns to jello, the is nothing intimidating about him what so ever.
The way garcia just stood infront of him like a statue and threw a shot every 10 sec yet hit kahn like he was a heavybag, is mindbrlowing.
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