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 Last update:  7/24/2011       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Schaefer: Bradley Won't Face Khan After The Judah KO
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Golden Boy chief executive Richard Schaefer believes Amir Khan has become the top fighter at light-welterweight to the extent that titles are no longer so important. He would like to see Khan unify the titles against WBC/WBO champion Timothy Bradley, but doesn't expect the fight to happen after the beating Khan gave to Zab Judah on Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

"Amir must be the undisputed 140lbs champion because if Bradley didn't want to fight before, he won't want to fight him after seeing him beat Judah," said Schaefer. "Belts are becoming irrelevant for Amir. There is a time when a fighter becomes bigger than the belts and Amir is there. He's the most exciting fighter in that division. No one can say to Amir, 'You didn't fight Bradley'. Bradley had his chance, he was given a 50-50 split of the UK TV money. Everyone knows Bradley didn't want to fight."

Tags: Timothy Bradley , Amir Khan , Khan-Bradley , Khan vs Bradley , Richard Schaefer


 

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comment by mshap, on 07-25-2011
with all due respect to the new Khan acolytes -- Bradley would have destroyed Judah too, probably more impressively -- Bradley has no reason to 'fear' Khan based on the Judah fight -- Khan at times looked wild and defensively vulnerable which of course didn't matter against Zab since he was in re...

comment by TheKza, on 07-25-2011
[QUOTE=gquezvas]I saw Khan give a few headbutts in this past fight. So it's not only Bradley.[/QUOTE] No. You saw one accidental headbutt and one imaginary headbutt which Zab tried to claim, when he was receiving his beatdown.

comment by whatismyname, on 07-25-2011
Bradley will continue to suck and duck while receiving head from proboxingcotto...this match will not happen

comment by gquezvas, on 07-25-2011
I saw Khan give a few headbutts in this past fight. So it's not only Bradley.

comment by gquezvas, on 07-25-2011
[QUOTE=tlarry]Bradley can't beat, Manny Pacquiao, Amir Khan, Marcos Maidana, Victor Ortiz, Erik Morales, Juan Manuel Marquez, and probably can't beat Brandon Rios! True Statement!!! So now what? Give Devon Alexander a shot? Fight Zab Judah? Bradley can't beat a 39 year old Sugar Shane Mosley!!...

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