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Pro Boxing Fans:
"Ask Amir" Live in Youtube February 3rd
Boxing fans around the world will get the chance to put their questions direct to two of Britain’s greatest world champions when Ricky Hatton & Amir Khan take part in an exclusive live program on YouTube on Friday 3rd February.
Following the worldwide success of last month’s “Ask The Hitman” show when Ricky fielded questions from his fans around the globe, Hatton TV is staging a spectacular follow-up show live from Amir Khan’s gym in Bolton from 8pm GMT.
“It’s the chance for a bit of fun and banter,” said Amir, the former WBA & IBF Light Welterweight Champion. “Its good for boxing fans around the world who want to ask us questions. We’re glad to give them the chance and it’s good to interact with the fans because that’s what it’s all about. We are People’s Champions and we want to do it.”
Ricky Hatton commented: “Amir is a good friend and a great champion & has a lot of fans. I am sure we will have some interesting
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The International Boxing Federation says Amir Khan has withdrawn his appeal against the decision to award Lamont Peterson a victory on points over the British fighter in their light welterweight title fight last month.
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Lamont Peterson’s camp says it has submitted an appeal to the W.B.A., asking it to overturn the decision to order a rematch against Amir Khan.
Lamont Peterson's camp says it has submitted an appeal to the WBA, asking it to overturn the decision to order a rematch against Amir Khan.