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Ex-world champion Amir Khan retires from boxing

British boxer of Pakistan origin Amir Khan
British boxer of Pakistan origin Amir Khan introduced on Friday that he was retiring from boxing after a 17-year skilled profession.

The 35-year-old fighter, who turned a unified world champion at light-welterweight, hangs up his gloves with a document of 34 wins from his 40 fights.

The 2004 Olympic silver medallist gained the primary 18 contests of his professional profession, turning into one of many most interesting British boxers of his period.

Khan’s profession resulted in defeat when he was stopped within the sixth spherical of his grudge match in opposition to long-time rival and compatriot Kell Brook in Manchester in February.

Brook introduced his personal retirement final week.

“It is time to dangle up my gloves. I really feel blessed to have had such an incredible profession that has spanned over 27 years,” Khan wrote on his Twitter account.

“I need to say a heartfelt because of the unbelievable groups I’ve labored with and to my household, mates and followers for the love and help they’ve proven me.”

Khan turned world champion in 2009, defeating Ukraine’s Andriy Kotelnik in a WBA super-lightweight bout and noticed off US opponent Zab Judah so as to add the IBF belt two years later.

A controversial factors loss in opposition to American Lamont Peterson later in 2011 introduced Khan’s reign to a irritating finish.

Khan, who additionally challenged for world titles at welterweight and middleweight, misplaced to Mexico’s Saul Alvarez in 2016 and was additionally stopped by American Terence Crawford in 2019.