Zab Judah has warned WBA junior welterweight champion Amir Khan, and his trainer Freddie Roach, that will become a "monster" on the night of their fight. Judah, the current champion of the IBF, will unify with Khan on July 23 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Roach has been studying tapes of Judah and says the Brooklyn-born boxer will never last the distance, but Judah plans to shock the veteran trainer.
"A lot of things have been changed over the years so I'm pleased to see Amir and (trainer) Freddie Roach have been watching my old tapes," said Judah.
"They've been learning about the old Zab Judah. The Zab Judah who's coming to the ring on July 23 is a monster.
"I'm 150% prepared for Amir Khan and we're going to have a lot of fun on Saturday week.
"I'm definitely going to take him to school. After Saturday night he'll figure out that Golden Boy set him up by putting him in a position he shouldn't have been in.
"He's a great fighter but this fight is a little premature for him."