Khan faces the biggest fight of his life in the early hours of Sunday morning
The Briton has eliminated distractions from training and has nothing to lose on Saturday night
But first up for the Briton is is the fearsome Mexican Canelo Alvarez next Saturday
Footballers dominate the list
Khan has moved up to middleweight to face Mexican
INSIDE BOXING: The Liverpudlian bashed his head against a Belgrade brick wall to claim a cruel split decision
Khan’s fight against Alvarez is daunting but will bring out the tenacious best in him
Khan has spent six months trying to negotiate the big fight he deserves
Carl Froch's super-middleweight world title clash with fellow Englishman George Groves will take place in Manchester on 23 November.
After the knockdowns, the storm and plastic surgeons doing emergency work there were moments of honest reflection in the rings of Sheffield, New York and Buenos Aires on Saturday night.
Victories for the British pair tonight will bring career-defining contests within touching distance
It is hard to do justice to a preview with predictions for any boxing year because of the trickeration – a perfect word that was introduced by the sport's Lord of the Dark Arts, Don King – that drives and controls the business. The sport is not run illegally but one of King's maxims is necessary to gain an understanding of the way we do business: in boxing you don't get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate. Bingo.
Tom Stalker is hoping to give a flawless performance in tonight's match so that he can avoid getting embroiled in the rows that are dogging boxing at the moment.
The critic without a ticket: He listed all those he felt he had let down – only the dog, cat and goldfish were spared a mention
Amir Khan has promised not to make the same mistakes he made first time around when he faces Lamont Peterson in a rematch on May 19.
The Bolton boxer opens up to Tim Rich on his Peterson rematch, promoting his fights Stateside, the loneliness of his trade – and why his mum can no longer watch