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“Khan’s boxed before at 160, I’d love the Amir Khan fight, what a fight that would be. He’s a very good name. I rate him. I’ve watched him for years, I know him and Kell Brook haven’t got it on, but if Khan’s looking for a big UK fight then I want to fight him,” said Saunders at the post fight press conference.

Saunders had no ill will in his tone. He respects Khan as a fighter and because of that, he wants to fight him.

“I don’t call his name by being disrespectful to him, I call his name because I think he’s a good fighter,” explained Saunders.

But according to Saunders, he will fight Khan under one condition. 

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