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    Sunday, December 12, 2010

    Amir Khan Beats Marcos Maidana In Round 1 KO





    It was a rough start at the beginning of the fight as the Argentinian, Rene Marcos Maidana refused to touched gloves with the United Kingdom boxing pride, Amir The King Khan. Amir extended hir right arm to touch gloves with Maidana but the latter made a punch that almost hit Amir's head. If that punch landed on Amir's head, he might suffer a loss. But God knows that a cheater will never win and so Amir won.

    At first, Amir Khan was overwhelmed by Maidana's punches as they came really quick and sharp but just like every World Champion, he was able to read Maidana's movements and he was able to discover Maidana's weakness. It was his body.

    Amir tried some flicker jabs using his long and agile arms. But when he saw the opening, he threw a sharp and heavy left hook in Maidana's body. Maidana quickly folded and he fell on the canvass. He tried to stand and fight on but he was tied in a corner and seeing that the fight must be stopped, his coach threw the white towel.

    That's it. Amir's title defense is successful. I guess that's how Karma works.

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