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Photo: Collazo Badly Injures Left Hand in Khan Loss

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Former WBA welterweight champion Luis Collazo suffered a bad left hand injury during his twelve round decision loss to Amir Khan, who was making his debut at 147-pounds. Collazo, who believes he fractured some bones in the hand, was down three times in the contest. The match was positioned as the co-feature to the Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Marcos Maidana welterweight unification.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Los Zetas on 05-05-2014

[QUOTE=makabu101;14512505]The only thing that looked remotely good about Khan was his speed....all he did was jab and grab all night, Collazo was a mess, flat footed which he never is, was'nt moving his head at all like he usually does,…

Comment by Golovkin on 05-05-2014

Something was off last night... Still, he showed huge heart and huge cojones. Major respect to Collazo, he fought like a real man.

Comment by Los Zetas on 05-05-2014

[QUOTE=mathed;14508652]They paid that man off. He looked like he was in slow mo and wasn't even trying for most of the fight.[/QUOTE] Bob paid jmm too. Man looked like he got a Ferrari...

Comment by Ray* on 05-05-2014

He was a bit arrogant in there, he paid Khan zero respect and paid for it. Guys like him pisses me off, you have to respect your opponents no matter what the myth are about them. Collazo himself has had…

Comment by Tay Roc on 05-05-2014

He'll be back driving cabs in NY in no time.

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