Amir Khan accuses Vijender Singh of dodging him, says nobody from India can beat him

by Ajit Singh Khanna | Posted on Tuesday, October 30th, 2018 | 0

Former two-time world champion boxer Amir Khan has claimed unbeaten Indian Vijender Singh doesn’t want to set the seal despite calling him out for an India-Pakistan fight.

The fight between the two seems highly unlikely not only due to the difference in their weight categories – Amir has been mainly competing in the welterweight division of late, while Vijender is an out-and-out super middleweight – but also due to their respective career stages.

One one hand, Amir is expected to enter the ring just a couple of more times – most likely against some bigwigs of the sport, Vijender, on the other, is yet to trade punches with a household name of his division.

“He challenged me, but he does not want to fight me,” Khan said during his visit to Pakistan’s Wagah border.

“He said he will fight Amir, but when it comes down to signing the dotted line and let’s do the deal, he did nothing,” he added.

“So I’m ready. No boxer in India will beat me. I am here on the border today and nobody in India will ever beat me.”

Vijender, are you listening?

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