By Rick Reeno was advised that junior welterweight contender Breidis Prescott (24-2, 19KOs) is ready and willing to face WBA champion Amir Khan (25-1, 17KOs) on July 23. There are ongoing negotiations for Khan to face WBC/WBO champion Timothy Bradley, but that fight appears to be on the brink of falling through, and Golden Boy Promotions are already of lining up alternative options. In 2008, Prescott knocked Khan out in 54-seconds of the first round.

"I'm ready to let you clean up the mess I made of you in England. Now it is time to take that thorn out of your side - but I'm going to take it out and put it in your heart and finish your career for good. Amir Khan is a fraud," Prescott said.