Bookmark Website  | Free Registration  | The Team

Boxing Champions |  Boxing Schedule |  Boxing Video  |  Boxing History   |  Pound For Pound  | The Wire |  Audio  |  Arcade
Khan Accepts Maidana's Job Offer: Face Tim Bradley - Boxing News
Advertisement
BoxingScene Archive
• Boxing Articles
• Boxing Interviews
• Breaking News
• Boxing Press Releases
• Boxing Results
• World Boxing News
Follow BoxingScene
 
Search BoxingScene

>>>Advanced Search<<<
• Register A Free Account
• Account Login
• Boxing Schedule
• Boxing Champions
• Boxing Downloads
• Boxing Forums
• Boxing News Wire
• Boxing Photos
• Boxing History
• Boxer Search
• Fantasy Betting
• Feedback
• Fitness and Health  
• Free Homepage
• Mixed Martial Arts
• Pound For Pound
• Upcoming Fight Archive
                                                                                                                                                            ...............

 Last update:  9/27/2011       Read more by Mel Ohlhoft         
   
Khan Accepts Maidana's Job Offer: Face Tim Bradley
Share Click Here To Email Printable version Search BoxingScene Database 

by Mel "Sabaka" Ohlhoft

WBA/IBF 140-pound champion Amir Khan has accepted a recent job offer from WBA "regular" beltholder Marcos Maidana. During an earlier report on BoxingScene.com, Maidana blasted Khan and offered him a job as the new "Team Maidana adviser," a direct response to some recent comments from the British boxer, where he advised Maidana to stop facing lackluster opponents and to face top level competition like WBO champion Timothy Bradley.

"So, Maidana and his team want me to be his adviser. That’s fine, I’m sure I that can do a better job than them. First bit of advice, fight guys who are in the top ten, like I do. You’ve recently fought [Petr] Petrov, ranked 57th, [Erik] Morales, 20th, [DeMarcus] Corley, 163rd. [Victor] Cayo, 34th, [William] Gonzalez, 250th," Khan wrote. 

"Damn, no wonder he has a high knockout percentage - and he couldn’t even knock out or even drop what you guys call a [fighter with a] glass jaw? He had twelve rounds to knock me out and couldn’t even put me on the canvas, and nearly [put me down] is not good enough. The second bit of advice, fight Bradley this year, get past him and then you’ll get more advice.”

Tags: Timothy Bradley , Amir Khan , Marcos Maidana


 

 User Comments and Feedback (must register to comment)

comment by Cotto 54/10, on 09-28-2011
LOL! That's real funny!!!

comment by Rome-By-Ko, on 09-28-2011
Khan is a funny dude...

comment by Drunk Punch, on 09-28-2011
It's a nice retort. Personally I am loving this rivalry building up and brewing! There absolutely has to be a rematch along the line.

comment by Froghead99, on 09-27-2011
The Khan Maidana fight wasn't that close. I don't care about the score, Khan dominated Maidana for the first 9 rounds. The ugly spic only won two rounds by my score-card, maybe three. But that isn't important, since it was a clear Khan victory. Even Maidana admitted he lost. And Khan has a ...

comment by KTFO, on 09-27-2011
[QUOTE=mani1]Its a wider margin than Maidana beat Morales by.[/QUOTE] Actually Maidana vs Morales was 116-112 on 2 cards and 114-114 on the other. Maidana vs Khan was 111-114 on 2 cards and 112-113 on the other. Keep in mind Maidana had a point deducted and wasn't allowed to infight by that pi...

Post A Comment/View More User Comments (49) 

   
 Top Headlines
 Advertisement
 
 MMA Headlines
 
 Related Articles
  Sean Monaghan-Elvir Muriqi Set ...
  Bradley's Trainer Tabs Pacquiao...
  Nevada Commission Picks Robert ...
  Van Heerden Satisfied With His ...
  Alex Leapai Fully Fit as Klitsc...
  Alan Sanchez: Jorge Silva Will ...
  Povetkin vs. Glazkov is Reporte...
  Lomachenko-Russell: Golden Boy ...
  Eddie Hearn on DeGale, Contract...
  Lebedev's Manager Talks Jones R...

 Latest Active Forum Threads
Latest Active Threads
 Advertisement

 


Advertisement



Privacy Policy - Submit News - Feedback - Site Map - Advertise with Us

Copyright © 2003-2014 BoxingScene LLC. All rights reserved. Material may not be replicated in any manner without the written consent of BoxingScene.com