Suggestions...

Ricky Hatton Urges David Price to Draw Inspiration From Fran...

Former two-time World champion Ricky Hatton believes David Price can still obtain a World title of h

Povetkin’s Past Not Worrying Joshua

On Saturday night, WBA (Super), IBF and WBO heavyweight World champion Anthony Joshua returns to fa

A Dish Best Served Cold: Luke Campbell Looks For Revenge Aga...

Revenge is a dish best served cold, so the expression goes, and this perfectly encapsulates Luke Cam

Alexander Povetkin: A Career in Profile…

As the build-up continues between current heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua and former WBA &

Rolling The Dice: David Price Returns Against Sergey Kuzmin

British heavyweight David Price returns to the ring this Saturday on the undercard of the Anthony

Lyon Woodstock Warns: “Don’t Call Out The Candym...

Lyon Woodstock Was in the closing stages of rehabilitation from what he initially believed to be a c

Kevin Johnson Has “Renewed Hunger” After The Los...

Kevin Johnson has new motivation going into his upcoming heavyweight clash with Daniel Dubois. The b

Yvan Mendy is Coming “For The Knockout” in Luke ...

Yvan Mendy believes he should have had a shot at a World title by now and is frustrated that Luke

Anthony Joshua Promises “Change of Style” Agains...

Unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has defended his tactics in his victory over Josep

“There’s fights I’ve wanted, like for example the Floyd Mayweather fight – that was talked about for years and years, and didn’t happen. The Manny Pacquiao fight, which was talked about and didn’t happen, so you do kind of fall out of love [with boxing].

“The reason I took the ‘Canelo’ fight is because I got quite desperate,” Khan told Sky Sports.

The Bolton boxer wanted Vegas glitz and glamour but it came with a hefty price.

“I really wanted a big super fight and I wanted my name up on the Vegas strip. It’s always been my dream. The Mayweather fight got so close many times, which never seemed to happen. Should I have taken that fight? Maybe not. It was a massive opportunity for me. I don’t regret it no,” said Khan.

This week Khan’s focus is solely on his upcoming opponent from Canada, Phil Lo Greco.

— Phil Lo Greco (@Phil_Lo_Greco) April 9, 2018

The loudmouth Canadian already got under Khan’s skin when he made comments regarding Khan’s wife at their first press conference. A brief brawl ensued but things calmed down soon after.

Khan promises to make Lo Greco pay for his actions this Saturday in Liverpool.

Continue Reading