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Frank Warren writing in his column in the Daily Star, has recently given his input on the situation revolving around the former 2-weight world champion Amir Khan (31-4). Khan has not entered a professional ring for an 18 month period following suffering a devastating knockout at the hands of Canelo Alvarez in May 2016.

With Khan in need to rebuild his brand to regain some credibility as a force in the welterweight division, Frank Warren has suggested that Amir Khan ditch his desire for the glitz and glamour stateside and return to this shores in order to focus on a rebuilding process and attempt to correct his diminishing status.  

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