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 Last update:  9/8/2011       Read more by David Rosenberg            &
Prescott Challenges Khan: Let's Do Winner Takes All!
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By David "Los Gatos" Rosenberg

During the last few days on, junior welterweight rivals Amir Khan (26-1, 18KOs) and Breidis Prescott (24-2, 19KOs) have been trading heated words. This coming Saturday at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Prescott faces another former Khan opponent, Paul McCloskey (22-1, 12KOs), in a WBA eliminator.

Prescott is still the only boxer to defeat Khan, knocking him out in 54-seconds in 2008. On December 10th, Khan is scheduled to defend his WBA/IBF titles. No opponent has been set. If Prescott defeats McCloskey on Saturday, he wants to fight Khan in December.

The Colombian boxer is so confident of beating Khan for a second time, he's willing to sign a contract where the winner gets all of the money. Khan believes McCloskey will defeat Prescott, but he's open to staging a rematch "sooner than later" if the Colombian puncher wins.

"Sooner than later? Now I will laugh because you don't even believe your own words. Payday? How about this, I will put up my purse - winner takes all. I guarantee you don't make it out of the first round," Prescott said.

"Not Freddie] Roach, not [Alex] Ariza, and not even your father can grant you the chin you need to withstand stand my power. You are a punk and a fraud. The reason I'm calling you out is because you have the belts and I'mn fighting a WBA eliminator to get to the world title."

"If you punk out again, no problem, then I will fight [Marcos] Maidiana. I knocked you out. Don't forget that you need me more than I need you. You go around talking about Floyd Mayweather. Who are you to fight the best pound for pound fighter in the world? I think its best you run to 147-pounds and avoid another disaster. I bet that happens sooner than later."

Tags: Amir Khan , Breidis Prescott , Paul McCloskey , McCloskey vs Prescott , McCloskey-Prescott

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comment by pacman2010, on 09-08-2011
I think Khan has progressed and come on a lot since prescott!!!! Prescott needs to chill a lil,He'll get a shot at khan if he wins!

comment by Reef08, on 09-08-2011
Prescott should avenge his losses, not his wins lol.

comment by Boxingtech718v2, on 09-08-2011
If Prescott is really putting his money where his mouth is and making it winner take all then wow. That ends all that talk of begging for a payday! I think Khan did the wrong thing in responding because now Prescott is going to keep luring him in for another crushing KO. If I was Khan's peop...

comment by amonb, on 09-08-2011
[QUOTE=CharliesRecords]hahahaha.....damn, you 7-eleven workers always stick together, now go back there and get me slurpy towelhead....[/QUOTE] Let me guess..... fat yank????

comment by CharliesRecords, on 09-08-2011
[quote=sam420]Why doesn't this d1ck sucking f@ggot get banned? I have seen him post racist stuff all the time.[/quote] Wow, another fan!!!! Someone should ban sam420 for using gay slurs.....

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