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“The main thing is to get a fight date really. One thing about the British fans is that they forget quite a lot and move on. But I do want to apologise because a lot has been going on in my life and I thinks probably stuff that people didn’t want to read or see,” told Khan

According to Khan, he needs to prove the critics wrong and reclaim his position as one of the best fighters in the country.

“I think it’s my time now to shine again and prove my doubters wrong. And prove to myself that this is where I belong. I belong in the ring and being one of the best fighters in Britain,” explained Khan.

Whoever the future opponent, a win would surely do good for Khan, who hasn’t won a professional bout since 2015.

“The next time I fight, people would still come and see what’s going to happen. ‘Is Amir still the same fighter he was before? Coming off the loss against Canelo, is still going to have it in him?’ It’s a good time to show myself and showcase myself, but at the same time I think it’s going to reboot my career,” he said.



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