British boxer Amir Khan has had a very up and down career, following his Olympic Silver medal joy at the 2004 Olympics at the age of 17. Since then, Amir has gone on to win World titles at Light Welterweight but has been exposed for having a bit of a weak chin.
Amir has had to reignite his career on a number of occasions, following defeats to the likes of Breidis Prescott, Lamont Peterson and Danny Garcia. While some are convinced that Amir Khan still has the potential to dominate at this weight, there are those who think he is overrated.
The biggest test of Amir Khan’s career will come on April 27 at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, where he will be fighting Julio Diaz, as he bids to get himself back into a position to fight for another World title. However, defeat is certainly not an option.
If Amir Khan loses to Julio Diaz, it is hard to see where he can take his career from there, with there being talk of him even considering retirement, if he fails to beat Diaz. Considering Amir Khan is only 26, that does seem a bit drastic but we expect Amir Khan to beat Julio Diaz quite comfortably.