Khan: Me Against Hatton is Bigger Than Haye-Chisora

By Edward Chaykovsky

Former champion Amir Khan is focused on getting revenge on Danny Garcia in December, but he doesn't rule out a possible domestic super-fight with Ricky Hatton in the future. He feels a fight with Hatton would be bigger than last week's grudge match between David Haye and Dereck Chisora. There have been rumors for the last few weeks that Hatton is planning to come out of retirement. Hatton has not confirmed those rumors, although recent photos provide evidence of his obvious weight loss.

"I don't think Ricky will want to fight us. I try to avoid the Ricky fight but you never know. It'd be a huge British fight and I don't think we've had a British fight like that. It would be bigger than the Dereck and David fight but who knows? For the moment I'm more focused on the Garcia fight because what burns me is that you know you made a mistake and you know what mistake you made," Khan told UK outlet The Guardian.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by jbpanama on 07-21-2012

[QUOTE=Glowing Orb;12356407]So you pick, who??[/QUOTE] Da.....Both Cat's need the BREAD, and Khan, can use a Walk in the Park!

Comment by the_kid_08 on 07-21-2012

Hatton promotions is iin financial difficulty so ive been told and ricky's comeback is to recoup a lot of the money his promotional company has lost

Comment by RenegÄde on 07-21-2012

Khan should really last more than 4 rounds in a fight before he starts talking about how big he is.

Comment by hugh grant on 07-21-2012

Theres no way hatton is coming back. Hes not in shape and i doubt he tried keep in shape as he never considered returning unlike Floyd who always knew he was coming back. I wonder if hatton rates khan though…

Comment by Alx. on 07-21-2012

rematch prescott

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