Re: Amir Khan is the WBC No 10
Khan was knocked down and really badly disorganised against a light puncher. He did well to come back.
If he gets tagged again but with someone who's a good finisher he may lose.
Benn went a long way and was badly shaken at times too. De La hoya was dropped at 130, but could still take big shots at higher weights.
I'd put him in with Gavin Rees next.