ISLAMABAD: Former light welterweight title holder Amir Khan has communicated certainty of making a comeback this year subsequent to recovering from his hand injury. The 31-year old last battled an expert session in May 2017 in which he was knocked out by Mexico’s Canelo Alvarez. He experienced a surgery on his hand to overcome injury which he was, purportedly, conveying for a considerable length of time.
Conversing with a private news channel, he said that “I am 100 for each penny prepared after the operation.” He said “I am preparing hard and focused. Following a year out of the ring, I need to demonstrate the world that I have a place with the best.” The British Pakistani boxer showed that his conceivable rival for a fight in December can be American boxer Lamont Peterson. Peterson had last vanquished Khan when both fought the session for Super Lightweight Championship in 2011.