Floyd Mayweather Jr. Keep stepping out of the ring for juicy revenue-generating fights. It was revealed Amir Khan, a former world champion who recently announced his retirement from professional boxing. “Money” met him in Dubai and unsuccessfully tried to persuade him to fight.
Floyd told me, “Look, we have to move on.” And I said, “Brother, tomorrow I will announce my departure.” And he said, “No, I don’t think you should do that.” Obviously, professional boxers tell you all your life, “We have to fight each other,” and they keep you out of the way, out of the way, and I’m like, “Forget about this guy, I want to control myself.” Khan told The Sun.
As such, the fight will not take place unless there is an unexpected turn in the script, despite the fact that the British fighter has unsuccessfully fought it throughout his career. The American avoided a fight in 2014 when he seemed closest. “Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao say now let’s fight you. Waiting and waiting for them … I thought, no, man, I will do what is best for me, ”he emphasized. Khan no longer wants to fight Mayweather or anyone else.
Khan also turned down Pacquiao
Neither against Manny Pacquiao, after the Filipino tempted him with a “couple of calls” through his team to inquire about his availability. It was a shock to them because they thought I could take this fight. “And I told them, ‘No, of course not,’” he said. “I don’t think this fight will ever take place. I don’t know why they keep saying they will accept this fight,” he commented in surprise.
Amir Khan’s last fight was against Kell Brook and ended with a knockout in the sixth round. At the age of 35, I decided it was time to hang up my gloves. He announced this on May 13 last year by posting on his social media accounts.
“It’s time to hang up the gloves. I am happy that I had such an incredible career that lasted over 27 years. I want to thank from the bottom of my heart the amazing teams I have worked with as well as my family, friends and fans for all the love and support. showed me,” Khan said.