Boxer Amir Khan has introduced his retirement from the game© Twitter
Legendary British and former world champion boxer Amir Khan introduced his retirement from the game on Friday. Khan unified world titles at super-lightweight and confronted pound-for-pound stars Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Terence Crawford throughout a 40-fight profession. He ends his glittering profession with 34 wins and 6 defeats.
In his final battle, the 35-year-old Briton suffered a stoppage loss to Kell Brook in February.
He stated on Twitter: “It is time to grasp up my gloves. I really feel blessed to have had such a tremendous profession that has spanned over 27 years. I need to say a heartfelt thanks and to the unimaginable groups I’ve labored with and to my household, buddies and followers for the love and help they’ve proven me.”
Khan gained an Olympic silver medal on the 2004 Athens Video games earlier than going professional in 2005. He turned a world champion in July 2009, defeating Andriy Kotelnik on factors to safe the WBA super-lightweight title, and he then stopped Zab Judah so as to add the IBF belt two years later.
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