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Weight Class 147
Floyd Mayweather Jr. (42-0, 26 KO's) -450
Amir Khan (26-1-0 18 KO's) +375
We saved the best for last and that's why Floyd Mayweather is on the top of this list. Despite what the most people think his knock out of Victor Ortiz last weekend was brilliant.
Now it hasn't taken long for Amir Khan to start running his mouth again claiming this fight is happening next year and how he likes his chances of winning.
It's plausible though and if Mayweather decides to fight in 2012 Khan will probably be his opponent. Can you imagine a 24/7 between these guys and their camps?
Boxing two biggest loud mouths going head-to-head. The hype would be incredible.
Khan is a better version of Victor Ortiz with faster hands, more technical prowess, and stronger mental acumen. He also has a better trainer in Freddie Roach.
Overall, he is more prepared to deal with fighting the pressure cooker that is Floyd Mayweather Jr and the three ring circus he brings to town.
Khan does have his vulnerabilities like a somewhat susceptible chin, average defense, and questionable stamina.
However, he is a fast rising superstar and the best opponent for Floyd not named Manny. It looks like a win-win situation for both fighters as their camps will surely feel confident going into this one.
Khan has the skill to push Mayweather hard and the odds would most likely open at around 3.5 or 4 to 1 - making him a live underdog.