All fights list 2019, champion titles held, age, height and weight, KO ratio of the boxer Amir «King» Khan.

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Amir Khan

Information updated: 2019.11.13

Wins
34
(21 KOs)

Losses
5
(4 KOs)

Draws
0
 

Real name: Amir Iqbal Khan

Alias: King

Born: Dec 8, 1986 (32 age)

Nationality: United KingdomUnited Kingdom

Division: welterweight

Weight: 147 lb (66,68 kg)

Height: 5′ 8½″ (174 cm)

Reach: 71″ (180 cm)

Stance: orthodox

KOs: 61%

Birth place: Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom

Residence: Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom

Wins by KO: 61%
Wins by dec: 38%
Losses by KO: 80%
Losses by dec: 20%

Amir Khan next fight will be announced later.

The last fight of Amir Khan took place on July 12, 2019 against Billy Dib.
Khan lost by technical knockout (TKO).

Date Opponent Result Notes
2019-07-12 Billy Dib Win
TKO
Won vacant WBC International welterweight title
2019-04-20 Terence Crawford Loss
TKO
For WBO welterweight title
2018-09-08 Samuel Vargas Win
UD
2018-04-21 Phil Lo Greco Win
TKO
2016-05-07 Saul Alvarez Loss
KO
For WBC, The Ring, and lineal middleweight titles
2015-05-29 Chris Algieri Win
UD
Retained WBC Silver welterweight title
2014-12-13 Devon Alexander Win
UD
Retained WBC Silver welterweight title
2014-05-03 Luis Collazo Win
UD
Won WBA International and vacant WBC Silver welterweight titles
2013-04-27 Julio Diaz Win
UD
2012-12-15 Carlos Molina Win
RTD
Won vacant WBC Silver interim super lightweight title
2012-07-14 Danny Garcia Loss
TKO
Lost WBA (Super) super lightweight title; for WBC and vacant The Ring super lightweight titles
2011-12-10 Lamont Peterson Loss
SD
Lost WBA (Super) and IBF super lightweight titles; Khan later reinstated as champion by the WBA after Peterson failed a drug test
2011-07-23 Zab Judah Win
KO
Retained WBA (Super) super lightweight title; won IBF super lightweight title
2011-04-16 Paul McCloskey Win
TD
Retained WBA super lightweight title; unanimous TD after McCloskey was cut from an accidental head clash
2010-12-11 Marcos Maidana Win
UD
Retained WBA super lightweight title
2010-05-15 Paul Malignaggi Win
TKO
Retained WBA super lightweight title
2009-12-05 Dmitriy Salita Win
TKO
Retained WBA super lightweight title
2009-07-18 Andriy Kotelnik Win
UD
Won WBA super lightweight title
2009-03-14 Marco Antonio Barrera Win
TD
Retained WBA International lightweight title; won vacant WBO Inter-Continental lightweight title; unanimous TD after Barrera was cut from an accidental head clash
2008-12-06 Oisin Fagan Win
TKO
Won vacant WBA International lightweight title
2008-09-06 Breidis Prescott Loss
KO
Lost WBO Inter-Continental lightweight title
2008-06-21 Michael Gomez Win
TKO
Retained Commonwealth (British Empire) lightweight title
2008-04-05 Martin Kristjansen Win
TKO
Won WBO Inter-Continental lightweight title
2008-02-02 Gairy St Clair Win
UD
Retained Commonwealth (British Empire) lightweight title
2007-12-08 Graham Earl Win
TKO
Retained Commonwealth (British Empire) lightweight title
2007-10-06 Scott Lawton Win
TKO
Retained Commonwealth (British Empire) lightweight title
2007-07-14 Willie Limond Win
RTD
Won Commonwealth (British Empire) lightweight title
2007-04-07 Stefy Bull Win
TKO
2007-02-17 Mohammed Medjadji Win
TKO
2006-12-09 Rachid Drilzane Win
UD
2006-09-02 Ryan Barrett Win
TKO
2006-07-08 Colin Bain Win
TKO
2006-05-20 Laszlo Komjathi Win
PTS
2006-02-25 Jackson Williams Win
TKO
2006-01-28 Vitali Martynau Win
TKO
2005-12-10 Daniel Thorpe Win
TKO
2005-11-05 Steve Gethin Win
TKO
2005-09-10 Baz Carey Win
PTS
2005-07-16 David Bailey Win
TKO
Professional debut

Amir Khan is a British professional boxer.

Amir «King» Khan

Boxer Amir «King» Khan

  • Total fights: 39
  • Wins: 34
  • Wins by KO: 21
  • Losses: 5
  • Losses by KO: 4
  • Draws: 0

A 18-year-old Khan made his professional debut on July 16, 2005 against David Bailey.

Amir won by technical knockout (TKO).

On Jul 18, 2009 Khan became the WBA super lightweight champion.

The Briton won Andriy Kotelnik.

On September 6, 2008 Khan lost for the first time in his career to Breidis Prescott by knockout (КО).