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Amir Khan will be looking to keep his career on the right track tonight against fringe level welterweight contender Samuel Vargas in his second fight of his comeback at Arena Birmingham, in Birmingham, England.
Due to the low level of his opponent, Khan (32-4, 20 KOs) has spent much of the time in the last weeks giving interviews in which he’s been talking about wanting to fight Manny Pacquiao, Kell Brook and the other top fighters in the welterweight division.
There has been absolutely no interest from the boxing public in Khan’s opponent 29-year-old Vargas.
He might well have been a cardboard prop for the past two months, because fans have not cared a fig about him. The only thing the fans have talked about is Khan’s next fight, which he hopes will be a super fight against the likes of Manny Pacquiao.
”I belong in the biggest events in the UK. I am a prize fighter but it goes beyond that. I like to put on a show for people and want them to come to my event and enjoy my event. I’m going to hurt Vargas and I’m going to outclass him,” Khan said to skysports
Well, Khan certainly isn’t lacking in self-confidence, is he? Since his fight with Vargas tonight is perceived as a huge mismatch like his last fight against journeyman Phil Lo Greco, it’s imperative that Khan knocks him into next week and leaves no doubt who the better fighter is.
Vargas is technically a fringe contender, but he’s more of a journeyman level fighter at best.
As such, Khan needs to prove that he can knock him out quickly to show that he belongs with the top dogs in the welterweight division like Errol Spence Jr., Terence Crawford, Keith Thurman, Shawn Porter and Danny Garcia.
Right now, you can’t say that Khan belongs with that group of fighters, because he hasn’t beaten anyone good enough to say he belongs with that group.
Khan’s wins since he moved up to welterweight have been against these fighters: Chris Algieri, Julio Diaz, Devon Alexander and Luis Collazo.
Those fighters are no longer relevant in the welterweight division. Alexander recently made a comeback after two years out of the ring, but he’s looked shot in his fights with Andre Berto and Victor Ortiz.
Collazo and Algieri are no longer major players at 147 and were never top dogs to begin with. Julio Diaz has been retired since his 3rd round knockout at the hands of Keith Thurman in 2014.
Khan’s win over Diaz was a controversial 12 round unanimous decision in April 2013. Diaz dropped Khan in the 4th round and hurt him multiple times in the last half of the contest.