Amir Khan on why he won't face Kell Brook - Talks Mayweather, Pacquiao & more
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Amir Khan on why he won't face Kell Brook - Talks Mayweather, Pacquiao & more
By way of Doghouse Boxing (Dec 23, 2014)

Amir Khan
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"He's (Kell Brook) not on my level. To be honest with you, I won't even fight him because he's very disrespectful. If he was cool and he was being respectful, I would, but I'm not going to bother fighting him. I've proven myself and how good I am, so I am not going to fight him," says Amir Khan in this fresh new video interview.

Description: Amir Khan makes it clear that he has not plans of fighting IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook. Brook has been calling out Khan in an attempt to make a name for himself... but Khan's not having any of it... even if a fight with Manny Pacquiao or Floyd Mayweather falls through. With the amount of garbage Brook has spewed at Khan... it's easy to understand why Khan is not willing to face off against him... Judge for yourself in this new vid (embedded to the left). Talk also turns to fights with Pacquiao and Mayweather, being a good role model. And how about that racist talk Mayweather claims he's suffering? Khan gives his take on that too. All this and more.

This interview with Amir Khan has a run time of 2 minutes and 13 seconds. You can find the video player embedded to the left of this text.

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