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Team Alexander: If Khan Wants Next, He Can Get It!

By Ryan Burton

An article recently ran on BoxingScene.com that stated that former junior welterweight champion Amir Khan was interested in facing the winner of the fight between his fellow countryman Kell Brook and American Devon Alexander, who holds the IBF welterweight crown.  The fight is scheduled to take place on January 19th at a venue in the United States to be determined.

Alexander's manager and trainer Kevin Cunningham likes Khan's plan and hopes that he doesn't change his mind after he sees the outcome of the fight.  

"If Khan wants the winner he can get it. First Brook then Khan, sounds like a plan. After Devon beats Brook I hope Amir doesn't get amnesia," Cunningham told BoxingScene.com.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Spray_resistant on 11-14-2012

[QUOTE=Jakutindi Wauya;12697029]I like how some people even think Kell Brook-Alexander will be close.The only close thing in this fight will be Kell Brook's eyes because they will close from an accumulation of punches.[B]What Alexander did to Witter [/B]he will do…

Comment by Southpawology on 11-14-2012

thats a very winnable fight for khan and also a low risk fight.

Comment by witter87 on 11-14-2012

i dont rate alexander but brook has never fought any1 that actually moves he will be dizzy by alexander's speed and he hits harder than carson jones who would of stopped him in the 12th round if it wasnt for…

Comment by Prince Mongo on 11-14-2012

[QUOTE=Corelone;12698302]My Brittish freinds are missing my point. I'm sure a Brook vs Khan fight would sell big in the UK, but don't you guys think that a Brook vs Garcia fight would sell even better seeing how Garcia is a…

Comment by IronDanHamza on 11-14-2012

I don't see Alexander beating Khan personally. I hope Brook beats Alexander because Khan-Brook is the fight I want to see.

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