Would Khan be a favorite in a rematch vs Prescott?

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Khan, of course. Prescott hasn't done shit but lose a lot since beating Khan, while Amir has put in some solid wins. I'm not sure why so many people think he's still Khan's superior.
 
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Khan, of course. Prescott hasn't done shit but lose a lot since beating Khan, while Amir has put in some solid wins. I'm not sure why so many people think he's still Khan's superior.
That's true but given that Khan's chin is such a liability it wouldn't be shocking to see Prescott go right at him and try to take him out early.
 
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That's true but given that Khan's chin is such a liability it wouldn't be shocking to see Prescott go right at him and try to take him out early.
Prescott actually hits pretty fucking hard. I was surprised when he dropped Roberto Garcia. Not that Garcia was super hurt, but it was surprising.
 
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That's true but given that Khan's chin is such a liability it wouldn't be shocking to see Prescott go right at him and try to take him out early.
He might go at him...doesn't mean he'll land anything significant enough to put Khan down, especially with Khan making a conscious effort to avoid those bombs.

Am I the only one who was really impressed with Khan vs Collazo?
 
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He might go at him...doesn't mean he'll land anything significant enough to put Khan down, especially with Khan making a conscious effort to avoid those bombs.

Am I the only one who was really impressed with Khan vs Collazo?
It seems like it. This and Martinez/Cotto were two fights in which I knew the winner wouldn't get any credit.

Collazo is a tough night for any boxer and Khan straight shut him out. Impressive performance with Khan dropping him multiple times.
 
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He might go at him...doesn't mean he'll land anything significant enough to put Khan down, especially with Khan making a conscious effort to avoid those bombs.

Am I the only one who was really impressed with Khan vs Collazo?
If you look at Collazo's career it initially looks impressive. However the reality is that it isn't. Collazo had spent years as an alchoholic, drinking every day. Nobody can recover from that at his age. The guy in the ring with Khan was not the same guy who arguably beat Hatton. In fact, If you watch the Khan Collazo fight carefully.. at the end of round 1 you can hear Virgil Hunter say 'Thats what happens when you become an alcoholic for 2 years'
 
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What iv seen in Prescott is he's become more of a orthodox boxer since the Mitchell loss & that suits khan down to the ground. Of course he could ko khan again but I'll favour amir a lot
 
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When Prescott fought Khan he was undefeated, he now has 16 losses fair play to Khan for keeping his career going for so long, rematching Prescott would have been the worst thing to do
 
Aug 28, 2014
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Khan ducked Prescott.
Smartest duck of the century, Khan made $5m from the Crawford fight and will probably make £10m off a Brook PPV then retire, instant rematches have ruined so many careers
 
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With the run Prescott on Khan would have start out as betting favourite. As people throw money on Prescott those odd tighten I suppose.