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Before Chris Eubank Jr’s fight on ITV Box Office, studio guest Amir Khan talked about his current situation and vowed to get things back on track again.

As we all know, Khan has made headlines actively but not because of boxing. Khan’s Twitter incident with his wife and Anthony Joshua was well documented. Khan was also feuding with his own family but the former champion has put all that in the past now.

“Sometimes people forget that I am a boxer. A lot has gone on with my family, divorce and everything, but I need to move away and put that behind me and focus on what I do best. Spending more time in the gym,” said Khan.

During the interview, Khan apologised for everything that has been going on and said that the main focus is to get a fight date.

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