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Topic - Amir Khan
Peterson had not fought in 14 months since testing positive for synthetic testosterone, which caused the cancellation of a rematch with Amir Khan set for last May.
Peterson believes a long spell between bouts, resulting from a positive test for synthetic testosterone and the subsequent cancellation of last May's rematch with Amir Khan, will ultimately give him extra fuel.
Lamont Peterson is back from his long layoff to defend his IBF junior welterweight title.
Amir Khan now realizes he was too exciting for his own good.
After Amir Khan lost two straight fights and all of his championship belts, the British boxer decided his career was in dire need of a reboot.
He's the lone champion in a market loaded with sports stars. Just don't look for Danny Garcia anywhere near the complex that the four city pro teams call home. Forget even finding him training in a state-of-the-art gym with cameras trailing him before every workout.
British boxer Amir Khan has left his trainer Freddie Roach as he looks to revive his career after two losses over the last year.
The International Boxing Federation will allow Lamont Peterson to keep his junior welterweight title despite a failed drug test and has ordered him to fight Zab Judah in a mandatory title defense.
After a contested fight, American Lamont Peterson believes he will only receive full credit for beating Amir Khan if he repeats the effort in their upcoming rematch.
Amir Khan was granted a rematch against Lamont Peterson by the WBA on Friday.
Hometown favorite Lamont Peterson had a controversial split-decision over champion Amir Khan to capture the WBA and IBF junior welterweight titles Saturday night.
Amir Khan got another big win, even if he would have liked to do it in a bit more spectacular fashion.
Khan said in a Twitter post on Saturday that they "had a good professional chat and maybe in the future we work together."
"I think my speed overwhelmed him, along with my power," Khan said. "I thought I was hurting him and it was only a matter of time."