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Photos: Amir Khan Working Hard With Rubio in Miami

By Reynaldo Sanchez

Miami, Florida - Amir "King" Khan is spending a few days in Miami, Florida. The English star his the gym of his former trainer, Jorge Rubio of Cuba, and the two of them did several exercises together.

"Jorge is part of my family, we remain in constant communication and since I'm here, I came to greet him and reminisce. I like this gym, here you breathe boxing and I think all of these guys here with Rubio warranty training at the best level," Khan said. "I'm happy to be here. When I train with Jorge I feel we have a great connection. This is something we do because Rubio and I are friends and have fun together "

Jorge Rubio said "Amir is a great guy, very talented and I know you very soon he will be among the best in their weight. We are good friends and enjoyed working this afternoon in the ring. It was fun to be there with Amir, we both really enjoyed it, it's always good to see people that you appreciate."

Khan is scheduled to fight on December 6 against an opponent to be determined.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Andre Wardttke on 08-30-2014

Rubio was only managing Khan for one fight. And he picked the opponent too. It was Breidis Prescott. Straight after Khan dumped him and joined Roach. Odd to see they still keep in contact.

Comment by Unseen on 08-30-2014

He didn't spar Rigo but they played piano together for some reason LOL. And fuseball (sp) kHAN HAs been doing charity dinner events and is on holiday with his wife. ATM he is in totronto? He will put on weight…

Comment by nycsmooth on 08-30-2014

I didn't know reebok made gloves...where was Rubio???

Comment by FrankieBruno on 08-28-2014

[QUOTE=PRchamp;14894298]I'm not sure if they ever sparred but that's the same gym Rigondeaux trains at. That would be awesome if Khan and Rigo sparred[/QUOTE] He sparred with Gamboa yesterday, not sure about Rigo though

Comment by Dirk Diggler UK on 08-28-2014

His next fight isn't until December so why would he be in fighting shape? :pat:

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