According to promoter Ben Shalom, Amir Khan, does not seem to be going to end his career. Khan, former world super lightweight champion, could return to the ring after a sixth-round stoppage loss to longtime rival Kella Brook February 19 in Manchester, England. The fight was considered potentially equal, but Brook dominated the ring from the first gong. However, Khan, under the terms of their contract, has the right to demand an immediate rematch, even if the scale of his defeat may hinder public interest in him.
Kell Brook (40-3, 28 KOs) made serious concessions in the weight limit for the fight with Amir Khanbut to fight with Chris Eubank Jr. (32-2, 23 KOs) would only agree if this time his opponent would go down closer to his fighting weight.
At last weekend in Manchester, one of the strangest episodes in the history of professional boxing occurred. Kell Brook entered the ring to the fight against Amir Khana And immediately began to shoot gloves to change them to softer GRANT. Before the start of battle behind the scenes, a dispute broke out due to the agreed brand. According to Brook, he was threatened not to pay for a duel if he had not agreed to change gloves.
"I'm very sad. I just didn’t succeed,” commented the former world champion Amir Khan his defeat from his sworn rival Kella Brook in their match this Saturday in Manchester in an interview with Sky Sports. - I was a little behind. Obviously, today he was the best. I caught Kell with a few good shots, but I don't blame anyone."
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