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Khan should be on the undercard on December 5th

Amir Khan Dmitriy SalitaBy Liam Santiago: I have absolutely no interest whatsoever in World Boxing Association light welterweight champion Amir Khan’s bout with Dmitriy Salita on December 5th, which is to be screened on PPV. However, a couple of the undercard bouts are great. Lightweight boxing hero to many British fans, Breidis Prescott is squaring off against top British contender, Kevin Mitchell. Also, Kell Brook takes on Michael Jennings in what should be a great bout. I have only ever bought one Khan PPV (the Prescott one). I usually refuse to pay to watch him, however, I will pay this time, just for the undercard.

I firmly believe Amir Khan should be on the undercard of this bill. I think we all realized he was not worthy of PPV when Breidis Prescott took him out in a matter of seconds. Salita is a 9/1 underdog for his fight with Khan, so we all know what the result of that fight will be. Khan on points after a boring drawn out bout where Khan runs away and jabs, maybe even nearly tripping over his own feet at times like he did against Kotelnik. Against Kotelnik I saw many, many flaws which guys like Hatton would expose. Khan fights like an amateur. At points his legs were crossing over each other. That’s kid’s stuff.

Anyway, less of Khan. The undercard is great. I was slightly pis*ed of last night when I payed to watch Ward vs Kessler on PPV and found out there was no undercard. What sort of PPV has no undercard? Prescott and Mitchell is a top fight and I think the winner might fight go on to a title shot. Prescott is good, but lets remember Mitchell is no Khan. Them, shot’s that sparked Khan were not that big. Mitchell will take them and I am changing my prediction here to Mitchell on points. Kell Brook vs Michael Jennings. WOW! What a bout. My prection you are all asking. Jennings on points. Don’t ask me why, I just have a feeling on that one.

The only fighter’s in Britain who deserve PPV are Hatton, Froch and Haye.

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