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Amir Khan has made a lot of headlines lately but for the wrong reasons. His infamous Twitter-rant was untrue after the dust settled and since the disastrous media storm, Khan is now doing his best to focus on boxing.

He has informed that he will be starting a training camp in San Francisco mid-August. Khan is planning to get his career on back track but it won’t be easy. He hasn’t boxed since May 2016 and hasn’t won since 2015.

Speaking exclusively to Worldboxingnews.net, Khan explains what his next fight means to him and why it might be his last. 

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