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Khan Topples Maidana in Poll, Waits For Mayweather Call

Amir Khan may have moved a step closer to securing a fight with Floyd Mayweather following the results of a recent poll set by the pound-for-pound king.

Mayweather wanted his Twitter fans to help him decide whether to fight Khan or Marcos Maidana in his next fight this spring.

And while Maidana took an early lead, Khan appealed to his own followers and the Briton duly finished with a reported 60 percent of the vote.

Khan defeated Maidana in a humdinger in 2010 but while the former has been inactive since struggling to defeat Julio Diaz last April, Maidana is coming off a superb win over the previously undefeated Adrien Broner.

Khan pulled out of talks to fight Devon Alexander in December when it became clear he was in the running to become Mayweather's next opponent.

This despite his back-to-back defeats to Lamont Peterson and Danny Garcia, the latter of which remains fresh in the memory.

However, many believe Khan's notoriously fast hands could cause Mayweather more problems than the all-action Argentine.

Khan said last month that he had signed a contract to fight the world's undisputed pound-for-pound number one, and was awaiting Mayweather's response.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by junior gong on 02-11-2014

Funny stuff. Didnt Floyd(or Lenny or some other TMTwat) say about six weeks ago that Floyd would announce his next opponent in 7 days? And weeks later we, the public are lucky enough to be given the choice of two…

Comment by jbpanama on 02-11-2014

[QUOTE=john_uphold;14226119]My point exactly.. people will eat their words in the end[/QUOTE] Hope your Right, Amigo, but I think Khan has a "Business Man's" Approach to Boxing.... The Khanster has been "Lobbying" for this Fight for Two Years.... Question is, What…

Comment by kingfaze19 on 02-11-2014

All of the sudden floyd cares what fans want, lol that polling was rigged from the start, if he truly cared about fans he would have fought pacman in 2009. khan does not deserve it for the simple fact hes…

Comment by JQside on 02-11-2014

What's taking them so long to announce the fight? I would guess that they're working on the supporting undercards, which, I've noticed, are not being given media attention. We barely hear anything about it. We don't hear GBP's other stars…

Comment by Box-Office on 02-11-2014

[QUOTE=thack;14225177]If Khan told you this....![/QUOTE] Why do you reply to my posts when you know damn well when faced with a legit argument all you do is cuss?

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