Amir Khan ends the feud with Eddie Hearn by agreeing on multi-fight Matchroom deal, boosting the probability of large domestic fight with Kell Brook. Amir Khan has over one in all the largest feuds in British boxing by agreeing on promotional terms with Matchroom and Eddie Hearn.
The welterweight – WHO remains one of all Britain’s highest-profile fighters despite eighteen months of inactivity and Matchroom can formally announce a multi-fight deal at a group discussion in London on Wednesday. It is understood that before sign language with Matchroom, Khan rejected a suggestion from ITV, having recently appeared on their programme I am a star… Get Pine Tree State Out Of Here.
By agreeing to terms with Hearn he can instead work with a promoter he has frequently spoken of his dislike for. Hearn has long irritated Khan by making an attempt to lure him into what would be a major domestic fight with another of his fighters, and therefore the 31-year-old’s long-run rival, Kell Brook. He has conjointly suspect him of rating himself out of what would prove an extremely standard match-up.