Khan Looks Ahead To 2020
After a rocky 2019, Amir Khan is hoping for bigger and better things in 2020.
Khan started last year with a controversial TKO loss to WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford inside Madison Square Garden. Khan, fighting for a world title for the first time since 2016, was stopped in the sixth round after a low blow made him unable to continue.
Following the loss to Crawford and claims that Khan quit instead of fighting on, he returned to action against Billy Dib, who was a late replacement for a fight in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Khan then finished the converted welterweight in four rounds.
“I am in a position where I can fight the top fighters that bring a lot of money to the table and I am very lucky to be in that position,” Khan told The Bolton News of his 2020 options which may include a long-awaited fight against rival Kell Brook.
“I can go to America, or go back to Saudi Arabia and do a fight there or I do a big fight in the UK.”