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“I’m willing if he wants to come to 160, he done it for Canelo, he might not think I’m a good fighter to Canelo and he’s got a good chance of winning the title at 160, I’d love the chance,” said the WBO World middleweight champion.

So far Khan has not responded to Saunders’ call out.

The former world lightweight champion has set up a training camp in San Francisco, USA.

‘King’ Khan has stated that he’s looking for another world title fight and wants to avenge losses to Danny Garcia or Lamont Peterson.

“I would love to fight Danny and or Peterson again. Those fights should not be difficult to make as we all have Al Haymon as our advisor. People might see these as 50-50 fights but I want to box the best,” said Khan in a recent interview.

According to Khan’s Twitter account, the Olympic medallist was in Birmingham this past weekend but he also had time to do commentary for the megafight between Golovkin and Canelo on BoxNation.

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