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The current WBO World middleweight champion called out Amir Khan after his win during the post fight press conference.

“There’s some big names out there. Khan’s boxed before at 160, I’d love the Amir Khan fight, what a fight that would be,” Saunders said. “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.

Fellow middleweight fighter Danny Jacobs wasn’t too impressed with the call out. 

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