Amir Khan says: "Floyd Mayweather might get old overnight"
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Amir Khan says: "Floyd Mayweather might get old overnight"
By Doghouse Boxing (Feb 24, 2015)

Amir Khan
Amir Khan
Former world boxing champion Amir Khan (Amir Iqbal Khan) believes Floyd Mayweather Jr. will defeat Manny Pacquiao in what ‘could be a boring fight’.

Speaking to the Daily Mail after hearing the announcement that Mayweather Jr. and Pacquiao will clash in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand on May 2nd, Khan said: “I think it will be a good fight for a couple of rounds."

Khan added: “You never know, Mayweather might get old overnight. He’s shown he’s getting caught more so he’s not invincible. Pacquiao has speed, explosiveness and power so I think he will give him a lot of problems early but I think Mayweather will just move on and drift away by picking him off with clean shots and frustrate him. I think it will go the distance but that Mayweather will win by unanimous decision.

Khan further added: “Four years ago it would have been a massive fight because both of them were at their peak. It might have gone past that now and it’s not going to be what people expect. It could be a boring fight if both of them try to box each other. Some people have such high hopes for the fight but it could be boring. I don’t think Manny would try to make it boring but Mayweather would.”

The bookmakers make Mayweather Jr. the favorite at 3/1 to defeat his great rival.


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