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Prescott Rips Khan: I'll Fight You in Your Mum's Backyard!

By David "Los Gatos" Rosenberg

Junior welterweight Breidis Prescott is sick and tired of reading "Amir Khan's excuses" for losing his WBA/IBF titles last month to Lamont Peterson. The aftermath of Khan-Peterson is better than a soap opera. Missing scorecards, tainted officials, a mystery man at ringside - are only some of the post-fight complaints from Khan and members of his team. Team Khan have filed an appeal with WBA and IBF, requesting an immediate rematch. The IBF scheduled a hearing for January 18th. 

If Khan loses the appeal, the boxer's promoter, Golden Boy President Oscar De La Hoya, would like to him fight a rematch with Prescott in the UK. In September of 2008, Prescott knocked Khan out in 54-seconds of the first round.

"Khan, who made you crime stoppers? You are crying like a little b*tch. First it was a hometown decision, then the referee and now the mystery man?  Come on already, you always have an excuse after you lose. Ever since your promoter Oscar De Le Hoya mentioned my name, you have yet to answer. You are a crybaby spoon fed punk. Where do you want to fight, England? No problem. Want 140 or 147? No problem. Want to fight in your mum's backyard? No problem," Prescott stated to BoxingScene.com.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Lostlinka on 01-14-2012

[QUOTE=Sexy Beast;11658360]Does Pacquiao still have Torrecampo and Singsurat defeats hanging over him or should he go back and correct them too? No logic.[/QUOTE] My logic comes from the calibre of opponents and career as a whole. Pac is a proven…

Comment by Rome-By-Ko on 01-13-2012

[QUOTE=Ringlife;11660487]Khan vs Prescott I like that fight now that Peterson sighed with Top Rank so their might not be a rematch with Khan.[/QUOTE] Peterson signed with TR are you sure about this??

Comment by Ringlife on 01-12-2012

Khan vs Prescott I like that fight now that Peterson sighed with Top Rank so their might not be a rematch with Khan.

Comment by vacon04 on 01-12-2012

Prescott isn't such a great boxer, but he has great spirit and takes his beatings like a man. Khan should fight him, in theory he's a much better boxer and should be able to outbox Prescott. It would be good…

Comment by Stanly Ketchel on 01-12-2012

Con protectors and huggerz must unite! Prescott going hard, I love it. And huggerz try and defend a mere, priceless.

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