May 28, 2022

Aamir Khan will take out the latest boxing ax from the Jean-Paul Khanwire belt this week as cousin Abdul is getting a big break.

The 19-year-old made his professional debut in Dubai in October with his mentor and manager, Kyle Brook, after training for the weekend offensive straightener, and aims to go 3-0 on the undercard this weekend. Is.

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Cousin Aamir has called undefeated boxer Abdul Khan a ‘special talent’.Credit: PA
Abdul will play Amir vs. Kyle Brook on Saturday night in the undercard.

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Abdul will play Amir vs. Kyle Brook on Saturday night in the undercard.Credit: Instagram @ abdulkhan.1

And the 35-year-old former light welter champ believes his new luxury is ready to run with his cane.

The 34-5 icon told Sunsport: “Abdullah is a very special talent and I am thrilled to see him join the professional ranks.

“I have followed his career since he fought his first amateur fight about eight years ago and his long-term potential thrills me.

“When I see him fighting, it seems like I’m seeing myself at this age and with the right fight, at the right time, we’ll have a special journey.”

Abdul was not even born about 20 years ago when the enmity between Khan and Brooke was born from the spar of a school boy.

But she is confident that her patron’s last dance, after struggling to keep pace with a father of three during a desert training session, will succeed.

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“I’m really confident for Aamir in Brooke Fight,” said Super Bantam. “I am a good runner and he is getting ahead of me, even though he is big and heavy.

“I think Aamir’s speed will always be there but he surprised me how fast he is still.

“I know people will think I’m biased, but I really think he can stop Brooke, because he’s hitting so hard.

“I never had to go to any of Aamir’s battles because I was very young so it would be a great story to be in his undercard for the first time ever.”

Aamir, whose brother Haroon also boxed, enjoyed the highest possible heights in the lucrative business and endured some of the toughest ups and downs, from brutal knockouts to the dark side of fame.

But he never tried to talk to his younger cousin in or out of the family business – so he can be sure that he is doing so now that he is out of college, for good reason.

Abdul told us: “Aamir never told me to give up boxing but he never urged me to get involved, I just loved the sport, especially with Aamir and David Haye.

“He gave me a lot of advice and guidance when the idea of ​​becoming a pro got serious, but he’s been doing it since I was a kid in amateurs.

Abdul Khan is training with three-time world champion Terrence Crawford.

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Abdul Khan is training with three-time world champion Terrence Crawford.Credit: Instagram @ abdulkhan.1
Abdul is backing Khan to win against rivals Brooke at Manchester Arena.

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Abdul is backing Khan to win against rivals Brooke at Manchester Arena.Credit: Instagram @ abdulkhan.1

“I used to look at Aamir and always think he was so excited, win or lose he was never in a boring fight.

“My favorite fight is Marcos Maidana, where he showed a lot of heart and proved to a lot of people that he can fight a fighter and beat him in his own game.

“And I really think we can see something like that against Kyle Brook because I know what that means for him.”

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