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Prescott: Amir Khan, You Are Obligated as a Man To Fight

In the main event of ESPN2 Friday Night Fights from the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, Colombian power puncher Breidis "The Khanqueror" Prescott (24-2, 19 KOs) scored a dominating (99-91, 99-90, and 100-90) decision over Mongolian contender Bayan Jargal (15-2-3, 9 KOs) and furthered his case for a rematch against WBA Light Welterweight Champion Amir Khan in the process.

For those who don't recall, Prescott dropped Khan (25-1, 17 KOs) like a bag of hammers and laid waste to his undefeated record in 54 seconds in September 2008 at the M.E.N. Arena.

"I kept my end of this bargain by winning a tough fight against a world-class opponent. Now it's Amir's turn to make good on his promise to fight me," said a triumphant Prescott, post-fight.

To put it politely, Khan and his people have been reluctant to face Prescott in an attempt to avenge his only loss. But after an extending public shaming from Prescott, Khan finally promised he would face Prescott after facing Timothy Bradley in his next fight.

"If something goes wrong with the Bradley fight, you are obligated as a man of your word to fight me, Amir. And if you do fight Bradley, win or lose, I'll be waiting for you next."

Khan has stated in the past that Prescott is not "worthy" of facing him again, but Prescott finds that logic out of line with Khan's decision to face unknown Paul McCloskey in his last fight -- a fight in which Khan predictably scored a shutout unanimous decision.

"Don't make me hire people in chicken suits to follow you to your fights, Amir. Keep your word. Do what a champion does and try to avenge your defeat to me - Breidis Prescott -- The Khanqueror!"

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LeadUppercut on 04-24-2011

[QUOTE=SceneSpectator!;10428193]That was just lucky punch on Amir and it did not prove anything.. Amir will obliterate him on their rematch! I hope Amir will take Prescott challenge although it is obvious that Prescott is just looking for big pay day…

Comment by sterling on 04-24-2011

i agree with what Prescott is saying and its obvious to everyone here hes desperate for a big pay day because prescott hasnt beat any top fighters for a long time. I think the best guy he faced was kevin…

Comment by SceneSpectator! on 04-24-2011

That was just lucky punch on Amir and it did not prove anything.. Amir will obliterate him on their rematch! I hope Amir will take Prescott challenge although it is obvious that Prescott is just looking for big pay day…

Comment by Unknown Champ on 04-24-2011

I got PRescott by ko again against Khan, bad match up for Amir

Comment by chifuli on 04-24-2011

[QUOTE=small_warrior;10424127]maidana would crush his skull[/QUOTE] You really need to stay off the pipe. Prescott would turn a new one on Maidana. Prescott is taller, leaner, longer and faster. He also has a brutal right which he uses very well with…

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