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At the moment Amir Khan is busy with Ramadan but the 2004 Olympic silver medalist has revealed some interesting news about his future. ‘King Khan’ recently went on Twitter and told the public about the upcoming dates for his next three fights.

Obviously the biggest fight for Khan is the much talked about clash against Kell Brook. The former IBF welterweight champion is currently going through a nasty eye injury after getting beat by Errol Spence Jr. If the two parties come to an agreement, there might be a chance to see them inside the same ring in this December or April next year.

Although both fighters are definitely not the talk of the town at moment. Khan has not fought since getting brutally knocked out by Canelo Alvarez over a year ago. He’s been through a lingering hand injury and people have doubted his current abilities. Meanwhile Brook is on a devastating two fight losing streak with both losses being one sided and stoppage losses.

Can they still fill up Wembley as a main event?