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Shah Khan Promises: Amir Will Come Back Stronger

By Osman Rodriguez

Shah Khan, father and mentor of former champion Amir Khan (26-3, 18KOs), believes his son will come back even stronger after suffering the third loss of his career. On Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Khan was knocked down three times and stopped in the fourth round by Danny Garcia (24-0, 15KOs).

"He was outboxing Danny there. He should have stuck to that. Like [Golden Boy CEO] Richard [Schaefer] said, he has a big heart and likes to engage. And one punch changes everything, which [Garcia] did there. All [Amir] had to do is stay away. But that's how he is [Amir likes to fight], unfortunately,"  Shah said.

"I'm sure that he's going to come back stronger. I am positive that he will come back stronger. The crowd in that arena, I couldn't believe it. We're in the USA and he's a British [fighter]. He's an exciting fighter. The Americans love him. Mandalay loves him. HBO loves him. I'm positive he will come back stronger."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Sage84 on 07-16-2012

[QUOTE=I.R.I.E;12340348]Khan/Ortiz hasssss to happen!!!! This is a perfect fight for both!!!!![/QUOTE] [QUOTE=jusdippin;12340941]He should move up weight n fight victor Ortiz ... Must win for both[/QUOTE] Khan gets KO'ed so hard his future grand kid's glass jaws are smashed as well!…

Comment by Laborer on 07-16-2012

[QUOTE=chardrnm;12341944]If Khan wants to continue in boxing he should avoid fighting guys with knockout power. Boxing is over for Khan plain and simple because you cant teach your chin to be stronger and everytime he will get hit it will…

Comment by chardrnm on 07-16-2012

If Khan wants to continue in boxing he should avoid fighting guys with knockout power. Boxing is over for Khan plain and simple because you cant teach your chin to be stronger and everytime he will get hit it will…

Comment by devildg on 07-16-2012

Khan should not give up, he seems dedicated to the sport. A lot of fans are hating on Khan but its a shame. When a skilled, more talented fighter loses he will always draw haters and critics, more than the…

Comment by micky1971 on 07-16-2012

ortiz would ko him easily, anybody would as they have all seen whats gotta be done, time that speed and its lights out. the father is a muppet. the son should go back to birmingham or wherever it is and…

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