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Amir Khan’s last couple of weeks has been bumpy, to say the least.

“King” Khan caused serious friction between him and Anthony Joshua when he tweeted allegations of the heavyweight champion having an affair with his now ex-wife.

Since then, Khan has admitted that the allegations were not true and it was all made up. The two boxers have since made peace and things are starting to look in Camp Khan.

The former champion recently posted an update from San Francisco where he has apparently started training again and is looking to get his career back on track. 

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