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Khan vs Judah Deal is Reached For July 23 in Las Vegas

By Lem Satterfield

BoxingScene.com has been advised that an agreement was reached for a unification bout between junior welterweight champions Amir Khan (25-1, 17KOs) and Zab Judah (41-6, 28KOs). The fight will take place on July 23 in Las Vegas. Over the last few weeks, the negotiations were stalled over money and the fight location. The bout will be televised on HBO. Judah's promoter, Kathy Duva of Main Events, told BoxingScene the contracts are in the process of being drafted.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by southcentralcar on 06-01-2011

[QUOTE=King Jaffe Joffer;10626343]No its not.. Judah has a punchers chance the first 4 rounds.. After that Judah is toast.. Hes more of a front runner than Khan. Judah either gets stopped or Khan cruises to a decision. Bradley on the…

Comment by UglyPug on 06-01-2011

[QUOTE=LegitContender;10628816]This fight is EXCEPTIONAL, a young up-and comer against a gritty veteran who has proven himself and disappointed before. Khan is a good talent, Zab at his best a GREAT TALENT, However it is Amir's time to shine and he…

Comment by aznhybrid on 06-01-2011

HAHA my man Khan got dis.

Comment by jai mari078 on 06-01-2011

[QUOTE=VWEBBJR;10626339]I'm still not understanding the choice to fight him, and that's no disrespect to Zab because I like him.[/QUOTE] What's not to understand. Bradley doesn't wanna fight, so Khna is going to unify belts and make it harder for Bradley…

Comment by rainmaker89 on 05-31-2011

**** all you want about Khan, but dont deny that hes got a pair of brass balls..:boxing:

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