Former world champion Amir Khan (32-4, 20 KOs) is gearing up for the second fight of his comeback.

Back in April, Khan returned to the ring for the first time in nearly two years. He blew away Phil Lo Greco in 39 seconds of the first round.

It was Khan's first fight since suffering a brutal sixth round knockout at the hands of Canelo Alvarez in May of 2016 - in a fight which took place at a catch-weight of 155-pounds.

Khan is now scheduled to fight on September 8th in Birmingham, against huge underdog Samuel Vargas.

The fight will mark the first time since 2014, where Khan fought more than once in a single year.

At the start of 2018, Khan signed a multi-fight deal with promoter Eddie Hearn.

Hearn is also the promoter of former world champion Kell Brook, who is Khan's heated rival.

Brook (37-2, 26 KOs) made his return, after back to back knockout losses, back in March - and knocked out Sergey Rabchenko in two rounds.

He returns on July 28th at the O2 Arena in London, when he faces Brandon Cook.

Should Khan and Brook come out successful in their upcoming bouts, Hearn would like to match them at the end of the year or in early 2019.

According to Khan, he really wants that fight to come off - but he's not exactly sure when it comes down.

"You know one thing though? [The fans] are going to get it. Tell [the fans] that they are going to get that fight no matter what. But when I don't know. Look, I'm telling you that I want that fight just as much as he wants it. But does he really want it or is he just a talker? Look, I want it honestly. I don't shy away from any fight. I want the biggest fights, Kell is there and those fights are going to happen," Khan told IFL TV.