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    Post by HotspurRoper on Sun Jul 19 2009, 18:05

    Was really impressed with this fella last night, how he kept up that level of work rate for 12 rounds was fantastic, the Ukrainian threw everything at him and could do nothing. As much as i hated this fella am really starting to like him as a boxer since he brought Freddie Roach in as trainer!

    Re: Khan

    Post by spurslegend on Sun Jul 19 2009, 20:33

    to be honest lee cant wait for the mug to be knocked out again

    Re: Khan

    Post by DJSR on Sun Jul 19 2009, 21:00

    i'm with Dave on this, cant stand the mug, he's another nasseeeeeeeeeem hamid !


    Re: Khan

    Post by HotspurRoper on Sun Jul 19 2009, 22:08

    He's a rite tool lads, but as a boxer he looks to have come on a long way under Roach!

    Re: Khan

    Post by BazSpur on Sun Jul 19 2009, 23:16

    I suppose it depends on what you are basing your dislike of him. As a boxer I think he is good. As a man I can't speak about him because I don't know him personally. If I did then I might have some opinion on him. I think you have to remember that he is in the public eye and to be honest I haven't seen much of him that makes me think he is a mug. Just my opinion and I base that opinion on not knowing him personally. If I did I might change my mind. I couldn't stand Chris Eubank as a person but I thought he was a good fighter. I based my dislike of him on his interviews and I thought his attitude was terrible. Then I realised it was just his way of getting to his opponents. Muhamid Ali was hated in his early years because people thought he was arrogant. He wasn't he was psyching out his opponents and it worked for the most part. All that dancing around and making up poems was just part of the act. He admitted himself in his book that half the time he was scared to death of his opponents. He was putting on a front. Amir Khan is a boxer first and foremost his personality doesn't really come into it for me.




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    Re: Khan

    Post by spurslegend on Mon Jul 20 2009, 01:09

    nice post baz still hope he gets knocked sparko next time the mug fights


    Re: Khan

    Post by Guest on Mon Jul 20 2009, 03:26

    perfer him to the piky hutton. huttons the new bruno.

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