Amir Khan: Welcome to My Gym

WBA light-welterweight champion Amir Khan invited the Boxing Futures cameras into his gym in Bolton to have a look. Built in 2007 with £700k of Khan’s own money, the Gloves Community Centre is a fully equipped boxing gym that charges a miniscule admission fee of just £1 and welcomes up to 600 kids through its doors each week. Check it out…

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Anthony Ogogo and Carl Froch talk about life outside the game

Carl Froch opens up on his life in and out of the ring in tonight’s ‘Britain’s Best: The Gloves Are Off’ boxing special on Sky Sports 1HD at 10pm tonight.

The three-time World super middleweight king was joined by fellow British boxing stars David Haye, Amir Khan and Anthony Ogogo in the round table chat about their lives chaired by Johnny Nelson.

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Angel Garcia - 'Amir Khan can't break an egg'

Angel Garcia is never a man to keep his thoughts to himself. The World-class trainer lets rip on his son’s upcoming fight with Zab Juda and Khan’s win over Molina.

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Amir Khan and Danny Garcia both up for a rematch

After Amir Khan’s impressive and systematic destruction of Carlos Molina, Khan not only revealed his broken hands, but also his burning desire to face Danny Garcia in a rematch.

‘I'd love the rematch against Garcia because I know deep down I'm a better fighter than him,’ said Khan.

‘I made a mistake in that fight and I paid for that mistake.

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Amir Khan talks camp and fighting undefeated Carlos Molina

Amir Khan discusses fighting Carlos Molina, the undefeated Mexican on December 15th in Los Angeles.

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Brook blasts his way to world title shot

Kell Brook’s next fight will be for the IBF World welterweight title after he took just three rounds to destroy Hector Saldivia in their final eliminator clash at the Motorpoint Arena Sheffield on Saturday night’s Betfair ‘This Is It’ bill.

Brook was challenged by his team, his fans and his critics to prove his new training regime had made his second half struggles against Carson Jones a one-time blip – and the Sheffield star passes the test with blistering skill and power.

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Hearn - Brook v Khan talks have started

Eddie Hearn says that talks over a possible Brit blockbuster between Kell Brook and Amir Khan have begun.

The unbeaten Sheffield welterweight star faces an IBF welterweight World title eliminator next Saturday night (October 20) in the Steel City against Argentine Hector Saldivia in Betfair’s ‘This Is It’, with Randall Bailey defending the title against Devon Alexander in New York on the same night.

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The Greatest: The original movie

Long before Will Smith donned the neat Afro and sharp witticisms to play the greatest boxer to lace up gloves, 'The Greatest' himself appeared on the big screen as himself in his own movie biopic. Amazing. Here is Muhammad Ali in the trailer for the 1977 movie alongside a young Robert Duvall, now a frequent visitor to the Wild Card Gym when  Manny Pacquiao is in town...

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Khan faces Molina as Vigil Hunter takes reigns

Amir Khan is delighted to announce Virgil Hunter as his new head trainer, who takes charge as Khan faces the undefeated Carlos Molina in his next fight.

The highly respected coach, who was last year voted as Trainer of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America, will prepare Khan for his upcoming bout against the 26-year-old American Molina, who has a record of 18 fights with 17 wins (7 KO’s) and one draw.

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Amir Khan on parting with trainer Freddie Roach

Amir Khan has released a statement (below) on his decision to leave Freddie Roach, his trainer of four years. Over the weekend speculation has grown that Khan has approached  Virgil Hunter, the highly respected trainer who coaches Andre Ward.

If true, Hunter will be Amir's fifth trainer and will see him taking charge of the Bolton fighter coming off two defeats. Roach however had a parting shot and some insider advice for Khan's next coach.

He said, 'I like Amir but they should keep him away from punchers.'

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