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Photos: Peterson, Amir Khan Face Off in Washington, DC

WASHINGTON, DC - WBA/IBF junior welterweight champion Lamont Peterson, and British star Amir Khan, faced off at a press conference in Peterson's backyard at the W Hotel in Washington, DC. Last December, Peterson won a twelve round split decision to capture the titles from Khan. They meet again on May 19th at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by marsatari on 03-16-2012

If khan cant do more than push on the inside I see it much like the first fight just peterson takin over early...pushin is illegal and to.do it so much and so blatantly did warrant deductions

Comment by deejd on 03-16-2012

[QUOTE=flint;11892998]the way they were taken because amateurish khan got his ass whoopped.[/QUOTE] True... very true.

Comment by jai mari078 on 03-15-2012

I believe Khan makes this an easier fight and wins more comforatably this time.

Comment by EdMon917 on 03-15-2012

Khan will win the rematch. It will be as good as the 1st fight.

Comment by aces725 on 03-15-2012

It was a great fight , khan showed heart in that last fight , which I thought he won by at least 2 Rounds .. Ima be honest I'm not huge on khan but I thought he clearly won ..…

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