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Amir “King” Khan, with the tutelage of boxing Hall of Famer Freddie Roach, is one of youngest and most talented fighters in the sport today.
Khan was the sole British representative at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, earning a silver medal at the age of 17. Khan takes all challenges and flies to his opponents' backyard like a speedy pizza delivery man.
Presently, Khan has beaten some pretty talented opposition, including fighters such as Antonio Barrera, Andreas Kotelnyk, Dmitry Salita, Paulie Malignaggi, Marcos Maidana, Paul McCloskey and Zab Judah.
After his loss to Danny Garcia and controversial loss to a steroid-induced Lamont Peterson, he’s also at a point in his career where he must come back stronger than ever. Khan's blazing hand speed and top-notch footwork are some of the best weapons in his arsenal and it also doesn’t hurt that he has power in his punches.