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 Last update:  1/29/2013       Read more by Jhonny Gonzalez         
   
Prescott: Amir Khan a Coward, Won't Avenge His Defeats
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By Jhonny Gonzalez

Junior welterweight contender Breidis Prescott (26-4, 20KOs) is training hard in Colombia and ready to fight. A few days ago he challenged WBC interim-champion Lucas Matthysse. Some of the recent headlines have caught his attention. He was surprised to read a few articles where Khan (27-3, 19KOs) was attempting to make a fight with Vyacheslav Senchenko on April 20th.

Khan and Senchenko were unable to agree on a catch-weight. It was being reported that Khan wanted to avenge Ricky Hatton, who was knocked out by Senchenko in nine rounds late last year. Prescott wants Khan to step up and attempt to avenge the first defeat of his own career, a 54-second KO loss to Prescott in 2008

"He's a coward. I would rather not waste my time and call him out. I've already said I'm willing to go to the UK and put him to sleep again. But he's more interested in avenging Hatton's loss than his own personal defeats. That is what you call a con job and that's why he'll never be respected. Real champions avenge their losses, not the losses of others," Prescott said.

Tags: Amir Khan , Breidis Prescott , Vyacheslav Senchenko


 

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comment by TX_BOXNG, on 01-29-2013
Yep Khan is afraid, Prescott owned him

comment by SoulByThePound, on 01-29-2013
[quote=speed2kill] As much as I would love to see this rematch, it's high risk, low reward fight for Khan. In the modern boxing business money talks, 'cause it aint like the old days when Sugar Ray Robinson would rematch Randy Turpin to just prove he was the superior fighter. Now everybody just w...

comment by SoulByThePound, on 01-29-2013
[quote=speed2kill] As much as I would love to see this rematch, it's high risk, low reward fight for Khan. In the modern boxing business money talks, 'cause it aint like the old days when Sugar Ray Robinson would rematch Randy Turpin to just prove he was the superior fighter. Now everybody just w...

comment by SoulByThePound, on 01-29-2013
[quote=Andrew5550] Quote: Originally Posted by shawowski Well said by Prescott, but Khan knows aswell as everyone that the same would happen again. Breidis would put Khan into early retirement, i also think Danny and Lamont would, its a shame, cos Khan has everything except a brain. 4-5 punch...

comment by speed2kill, on 01-29-2013
As much as I would love to see this rematch, it's high risk, low reward fight for Khan. In the modern boxing business money talks, 'cause it aint like the old days when Sugar Ray Robinson would rematch Randy Turpin to just prove he was the superior fighter. Now everybody just wants to fight ...

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