By Rick Reeno
Junior welterweight contender Breidis Prescott is very hot after reading a recent story that appeared on BoxingScene.com, where IBF/WBA champion Amir Khan questioned the manhood of Timothy Bradley. Khan is trying to lure Bradley, the WBC/WBO champion, to a December unification. However, Bradley is facing a legal battle with his former promoters, Gary Shaw and Thompson Boxing. On the other hand, Prescott has been chasing a Khan rematch for the last two years.
Prescott, who stopped Khan in 54 seconds in 2008, is returning on September 10 against Paul McCloskey, who lost a six technical decision to Khan in April. Prescott-McCloskey is a WBA eliminator for the title currently held by Marcos Maidana. Khan is the WBA's super champion at 140-pounds.
"Amir how do you have the balls to call anyone a p*ssy? Question your own manhood before you go around being disrespectful of other fighters. "I will destroy McCloskey in his backyard, then I plan on destroying your dreams of fighting [Floyd] Mayweather forever. When Floyd fought Jose Luis Castillo in a close fight that many people called controversial, he immediately fought Castillo [in a rematch] and dominated. So if you think [Freddie] Roach and [Alex] Ariza have granted you a chin - you're wrong p*ssy," Prescott said to BoxingScene.com.
"December can be your chance to redeem your only defeat. You say there is nobody for you to fight. Are you blind? Do you not watch video clips of every HBO fight you have been on, where they show me paralyzing you?"