Photos: Amir Khan Surives Scary Moments To Beat Diaz
Amir Khan had to get up from the canvas to beat Julio Diaz in Sheffield on Saturday night. The former light-welterweight champion kept on course for a shot at one of the champions but was knocked down in the fourth round before winning on points: 114-113, 115-113 and 115-112. Khan, 26, was on the brink of another knockdown in the 11th round of a thrilling catchweight non-title bout against the Mexican. In his first fight on British soil in two years, the 2004 Olympic silver medallist Khan improved his record to 28 wins and three defeats. Diaz suffered his eighth defeat in a 49-fight career.
Khan definitely is not beating whoever ends up facing him at the close of the 140lb. tourney. More than likely, he's getting stopped again.Comment by frosty-g on 04-29-2013
[QUOTE=Tomasio;13302905]¿Wobbled 9 times? There's a difference between getting hit & being sent OFF BALANCE & regrouping & being WOBBLED.. He got with some good shots & got a little off balance(it's gonna happen, this is boxing) but he wasn't wobbled(doing…Comment by frosty-g on 04-29-2013
[QUOTE=mex602;13302726]hahaha no way he deserves JMM Pac or Moeny next!!![/QUOTE] depends how you look at it. i personally believe he deserves the beatdown to shut him up for once and for all.Comment by Corelone on 04-28-2013
[QUOTE=thoughtsss;13303005]How did Danny get "exposed"? Is it because he didnt KO Judah? To my knowledge, Danny damn near controled the whole fight, Judah was fighting scared not waiting to trade with him. People are so ignorant now a days.[/QUOTE] That…Comment by TX_BOXNG on 04-28-2013
Khan won last night but kidd Diaz has been done a few years back but he still manage to stumble him around the ring lol, i dont think Khan makes it to the elite levelPost a Comment/View More User Comments (31)