Boxing: I’ll sue if Khan is not sorry, says Ameen
Saturday 21 January 2012
Mustafa Ameen – the so-called "man in the hat" – has vowed to
sue former light-welterweight world champion Amir Khan unless he
apologises for comments relating to his role in last month's fight
against Lamont Peterson.
"Amir Khan is going to have to apologise because I am in the process...I will litigate this," Ameen said. "I am already in discussions with some of the most successful legal firms in Britain regarding the slander, the libellous statements that have been made against me by Amir Khan and other individuals in the press."
Khan and his team have drawn attention to Ameen's presence at ringside interacting with WBA supervisor Michael Welsh.
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