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 Last update:  10/9/2012       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Khan Cools Talk of Hatton, Wants Danny Garcia Next
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By Edward Chaykovsky

Former champion Amir Khan (26-3, 18KOs) is not thinking about an all-British showdown with Ricky Hatton or Kell Brook - unless there is a title at stake. After suffering back to back defeats, Khan returns on December 15th against Carlos Molina in Los Angeles. If Khan defeats the unbeaten Molina, who moves up from the lightweight division, he would like to avenge July's knockout loss to Danny Garcia, who returns on October 20th in a rematch with Erik Morales. 

Khan feels it's way too early to discuss a possible fight with Hatton. The Manchester star make his anticipated return to the sport on November 24th.

"‘I know boxing is a business but my priority is world titles. I know how big a fight with Ricky could be but assuming all goes well against Molina, I will be hoping for a rematch with Danny Garcia next. Look, if Ricky and I lose these next fights of ours, there will be no point us getting it on. I have to face the fact I can’t afford a third straight defeat, so beating Molina is crucial for me. Before that, we’ll have to see how Ricky goes in his comeback fight next month. But from my point of view, if he doesn’t bring a title it won’t happen," Khan told Daily Mail.

Tags: Amir Khan , Danny Garcia , Ricky Hatton



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comment by LAPete, on 10-10-2012
Kahn is delusional and at this point his comments are laughable.

comment by Roy Jones Jnr, on 10-10-2012
Wow. The man wants to redeem himself after getting his ass knocked out and he still get's hated on. You haters really are a special bunch i have to say. And before you go crying about Prescott, whilst myself as a Boxing fan would LOVE to see Khan - Prescott 2, what credit does he get if he bea...

comment by whatismyname, on 10-10-2012
[QUOTE=micky1971]oh dear, tch tch tch tch...... no no no no no.....NO! this is what happened.....once upon a time there was this little cunt and then, HE BECAME A BIGGER CUNT!. the end. :wank::wank::wank::wank:[/QUOTE] Talking to the mirror again?

comment by whatismyname, on 10-10-2012
[QUOTE=chrissyb72]if he wants to redeem himself, fight prescott and then call out garcia!!! get the f outta here, khan!!! know u sound like a skraight up punk!!! u'll ask for a rematch with garcia to redeem yourself but get amnesia when it comes to prescott! that's why nobody is checking for ...

comment by Fighting_Pride, on 10-10-2012
khan is getting way to confident, we're not even sure if he can get past his next opponent and he's already talking about hatton. khan has not proven anything yet, he ought to talk less and do more.

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