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  • Outwest Exp 355
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    Originally posted by Blond Beast View Post
    My brother once said that Khan had the speed and range to potentially beat Mayweather. Course he’s also said Khan leaves his chin right out there. He whips some pretty decent one-twos. They can take people out. Course Canelo and Floyd aren’t just people. He was outboxing Canelo, who was also getting closer and closer. I wouldn’t have minded seeing him and Floyd. The speed matchup would have been nice to see early. Still I don’t see Khan being dynamic enough to get passed Floyd through twelve.
    Khans had the speed advantage over every person he’s fought yet he still finds his way onto the canvas. It took slow no foot speed Danny Garcia one round to time him.
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  • Blond Beast
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    My brother once said that Khan had the speed and range to potentially beat Mayweather. Course he’s also said Khan leaves his chin right out there. He whips some pretty decent one-twos. They can take people out. Course Canelo and Floyd aren’t just people. He was outboxing Canelo, who was also getting closer and closer. I wouldn’t have minded seeing him and Floyd. The speed matchup would have been nice to see early. Still I don’t see Khan being dynamic enough to get passed Floyd through twelve.

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  • Rockybigblower
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    Still trying to hustle for that fight I see.
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  • Earl-Hickey
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    Man I have missed Khan he's a truly funny guy

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  • Comments Thread For: Khan: Mayweather Was Being a P-ssy, Wouldn't Fight Me, So I Agreed To Canelo

    Former world champion Amir Khan admits that he bit off more than he could chew when he jumped up by two weight divisions to challenge Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez for the WBC middleweight title in 2016.
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