Advertisement
Advertisement

Photos: Amir Khan, L. Peterson Face To Face in London

WBA/IBF 140-pound champion Lamont Peterson (L) poses for photographs with British starAmir Khan after a press conference in London. Khan on Tuesday vowed to learn from his mistakes when he faces Peterson in their keenly anticipated world title rematch on May 19th at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Khan cried foul after losing a split decision to Peterson in their see-saw battle for the WBA and IBF lightwelterweight titles in Washington in December, insisting he had been the victim of dubious scoring.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by GRUSTLER on 03-14-2012

[QUOTE=eddie_monster;11886205]I like both fighters but I think Khan will win this rematch. It should be a great fight to watch again.[/QUOTE] Look at Shane with his eye on Cotto's belt in your sig.

Comment by GRUSTLER on 03-14-2012

[QUOTE=Dirk Diggler UK;11887224]Really? Im pretty sure Ive got a bet with him on Khan-Bradley :lol1: If you think Khan gets a gift, you dont need to pay me, Im not that arsed about points and thats how confident I am…

Comment by BartBears on 03-14-2012

Khan will win.....again......also,he will spar with Manny, they will train together which is a big advantage

Comment by Dirk Diggler UK on 03-14-2012

[QUOTE=GRUSTLER;11885261]All depends on what you consider "a gift decision". I'm thinking if either fighter gets a gift decision then the bet cancels itself out because that is a reason why I didn't want to bet on it because of these…

Comment by Rolaz on 03-14-2012

Nice Pictures! Both Boxers got more hairs, than The Mayweather Jr Vs Cotto... But, the Pacman vs Bradley kinda split! One got a lot more hairs, the other clean shaven!

Post a Comment/View More User Comments (45)
Top Headlines Phil Lo Greco-Joseph Elegele Tops PBC on Bounce, June 12th Lucian Bute Fails Drug Test, Positive For Ostarine in Jack Draw Gerald Washington: Deontay Wilder Title Fight is 'Very Possible' Abril, Foreman Broadway Boxing Double: Full Card Details Provodnikov's Promoter Not Surprised His Fighter Went To SHO Hedi Taouab, Legendary Matchmaker Passes Away at 68 Manny Pacquiao Declines Opportunity To Fight in Rio Olympics Photos: Wladimir Klitschko Putting in Work for Tyson Fury Rematch Photos: Tony Bellew, Ilunga Makabu Go Face To Face at Presser Roy Jones Jr. Backs Countryman Povetkin, Says He's Not To Blame Willie Limond Hopes To Land Ricky Burns Showdown Tony Bellew: I'll Show Makabu That I'm The Real Cruiserweight Nonito Donaire Headed To Jessie Magdaleno Clash Next? Shields: Canelo Running From Golovkin; Won't Face Jermall Charlo Eubank Jr: Canelo a Mexican Warrior? That Was Embarrassing! David Price Aims To Land Anthony Joshua Shot in The Fall Photos: Casimero, With Tyson and Jones at Ringside, Gets Revenge Di Rocco Warns Ricky Burns That Layoff Made Him 'More Hungry' Groves Plans To Get Martin Murray a Beer After Beating Him Kenny Lemos Inks Promotional Pact With Under Dawgs Boxing Chavez Jr. Advises Canelo To Demand '158' For Golovkin Bout Shakeup: John Riel Casimero Gives Flyweight a Fresh Spark Chris Blaney Inks Promotional Pact With Ricky Hatton Deontay Wilder Wants WBC To Rule on Povetkin Sooner Than Later Gutierrez Vows That Rosado Won't Make it To Chavez Jr. Fight Damon Allen Batters, Stops Danny Montoya in Three Rounds Golovkin's Coach: Canelo Had No Intention To Do The Fight! Mike Tyson: You Can't Call Tyson Fury a Bum After Klitschko Win Photos: Francisco Vargas Throws Out First Pitch at Dodgers Game Showtime Sues Top Rank: Mayweather-Pacquiao Legal Fee Dispute Fernando Montiel Not Looking To Retire, Plans To Fight Again Tony Bellew Gets Celebrity Backing as He Enters Makabu Fight Mike Tyson Lands Role in Reboot of The Kickboxer Franchise Duran Confident Mosley Secures Shot at Thurman-Porter Winner Sugar Ray Leonard: I Told Mayweather I Would Have Beat Him Photos: Ruslan Provodnikov, John Molina Training For War Nate Diaz: I'd Whoop Mayweather, McGregor Asses in One Night! Margarito Says Ramon Alvarez Likely, Wants Canelo Next Roach: Pacquiao Can Return For Canelo, But Floyd is Bigger Draw Hassan N'Dam vs. Swierzbinski, Amar-Demchenko Will Go Ahead
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement