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 Last update:  2/7/2011       Read more by Mark Vester         
   
McCloskey's Trainer: Big Mistake By Khan To Fight Paul
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By Mark Vester

WBA junior welterweight champion Amir Khan has made the biggest mistake of his life by agreeing to fight Paul McCloskey on April 16 at the MEN Arena in Manchester, according to McCloskey's trainer John Breen. Khan and McCloskey reached a deal over the weekend.

Breen feels Khan and his team are underestimating McCloskey and his abilities as a boxer. The coach is very confident of McCloskey's chances to outbox Khan.

“It's great news for Paul that the deal is signed but it's bad for Khan. Paul has the style to beat him without a doubt — he's going to baffle Khan with his skill and his moves," Breen told the Belfast Telegraph.

“I get the impression that Khan's camp are taking Paul lightly and if they are underestimating Paul then that's just great. It's going to be a great fight. Paul and I will be sitting down this week to make our plans. We have 10 weeks to get ready which is perfect for us. It's the fight we have been calling for and now the chance is here so it has to be grabbed."

Breen is going to put together a very strong training camp. He wants his boxer to be ready for everything. The best possible sparring partners will be hired for the camp.

"For this fight no stone will be left unturned, money will have to be spent on good sparring and a training camp second to none to make sure that Paul is ready to go and win," Breen said.

Tags: Amir Khan , Paul McCloskey , Khan vs McCloskey , Khan-McCloskey


 

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comment by gingeralbino, on 02-07-2011
I reckon Paul's chin will hold up just fine. The body shots might stop him though. WAR McCLOSKEY!!!!

comment by JonoYoungP4P, on 02-07-2011
mcclosey is gunna get tkod

comment by shade darkar, on 02-07-2011
mccloskey isnt a PPV fighter says amir khan. so why the fcuk you fighting him then? and on PPV?! fcuk tune ups.

comment by Hard Boiled, on 02-07-2011
http://hollywooddame.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/christian-bale-the-fighter-weight-loss-4.jpg Paul McCloskey trainer : Big Mistake By Khan To Fight Paul

comment by -EAGLE-, on 02-07-2011
[QUOTE=wazaa.]Corley was shot as hell. It was a very close fight. Just like Judah-Matthysse. Go and watch that fight again.[/QUOTE] Maidana got the edge just like Khan did in the Maidana fight :D Khan MUST stop McCloskey

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