‘I can’t make any mistakes’: Khan rolls the dice one more time against Crawford

19 April 2019 10:55
Twice former world light-welterweight champion is aware of the risks as he takes on the undefeated Terence Crawford at Madison Square Garden on SaturdayThere have been unmistakable valedictory overtones in the final run-up to Amir Khan’s fight with the dangerous Terence Crawford on Saturday at Madison Square Garden.The twice former world light-welterweight champion is plainly closer to the end than the start of his fighting days, nearly a decade and a half since he vaulted to stardom with a silver medal for Great Britain at the Athens Olympics aged 17. The professional career that followed has not always complied with the best-laid plans, even if the narrative has never wanted for drama. Khan mixed it up with the best in the business from an early age, never backing down from the biggest challenges and winning more big fights than he has lost. Related: Athens 2004: British hopefuls: boxer Amir Khan Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian