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Amir Khan and Lamont Peterson exchange punches during their WBA Super Lightweight and IBF Junior Welterweight title fight in Washington

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Sir Clive Woodward is clearly bitten by the Olympic bug. Hence his decision to stick with the British Olympic Association rather than take the vacant performance director's job at Twickenham.

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Imagine this scenario. It is Rio 2016, and a 29-year-old Amir Khan, the now undisputed welterweight champion of the world, enters the ring in an attempt to win the Olympic gold medal that just eluded him in Athens 2004.

Boxing: Khan sets his sights on Mayweather after impressing America

Amir Khan is prepared to fight anyone as he continues his quest to be recognised as the world's best pound-for-pound fighter. Khan took another step towards claiming boxing's most prestigious accolade when he became unified light-welterweight champion with a fifth-round stoppage of Zab Judah on Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay Events Centre, Las Vegas.

Victorious Khan dismisses Judah complaints

Amir Khan denied he had dispatched Zab Judah with a low blow to become unified light-welterweight champion.

Boxing: Khan predicts 'toughest' test against Judah

Amir Khan believes he will face the sternest test of his career when he goes head to head with Zab Judah in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

Boxing: Khan looks the part for showdown with veteran Judah

Amir Khan is closer to Hollywood than his pal David Haye may ever be. The WBA light-welterweight champion trains deep in the heart of Tinseltown and admits he is acquiring the heady taste of celluloid, with movie stars among regular watchers of his workouts in the Wildcard gym of Freddie Roach.

Boxing: Hatton calls time on his 'sulking' and sounds bell on fighting career

Former world champion with a massive following ready for future in training and promotion

Boxing: Former champion Ricky Hatton announces retirement

Britain's former two-weight world champion Ricky Hatton has announced his retirement from boxing in a media briefing today.

Genaro Hernandez

Genaro Hernandez, who died of a rare form of cancer on 7 June at the age of 45, was a boxer who twice won the world super-featherweight title.

Inside Lines: Haye-Klitschko in doubt again over 'issues to be resolved'

The proposed superfight between David Haye and Wladimir Klitschko may still be in doubt.

Boxing: Khan on course to become USA's prime time golden boy

The Bolton fighter's title defence against Paul McCloskey in Manchester on Saturday is the latest step towards a series of lucrative 'megafights' Stateside
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