Re: Who and what next for Amir Khan?
Hatton's 15th opponent was Bernard Paul, who already had 8 losses to his record prior to that fight. The belts he won by that stage, he may as well have bought those belts at John Lewis.
In any case my argument is, that Khan is being moved as fast as anyone has done in Britain in recent years, the critisism he gets for the quality of his opponents has no basis behind it and is totally irrational. I remember you defending Murray's choice of opponent for his last fight, even though he is older and had more fights and he still struggled to beat a mediocre journeyman.