WBA light welterweight champion Amir Khan is searching for a new opponent after a planned unification fight with Timothy Bradley fell apart. Khan signed a contract to fight the WBC and WBO champion on July 23rd with the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas pencilled in. However, the American is reportedly in dispute with his promoter and waiting for his contract to run out next month before searching for alternative opponent.
"I wanted to fight Bradley to unify the division, but he pulled out, he doesn't want to fight," said Khan. "He was talking a big fight but now he just pulled out. We were looking at (Juan Manuel) Marquez, but he is looking at fighting Manny Pacquiao There are very few opponents left. We are either looking at someone like (Robert) Guerrero or Zab Judah, who is also an IBF champion. But I'm happy to fight whoever they put in front of me."