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Old 09-12-2008, 11:45 AM   #16
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Default Re: khans trainer gets sacked in the morning

Rubio to blame eh? Khans been a pro for 3yrs,he reckoned he could beat Hatton,he said he was a future world champ,he fought a man who wasn't ranked,how is that bad match-making?
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Old 09-12-2008, 12:30 PM   #17
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Default Re: khans trainer gets sacked in the morning

So now WTF is all this about where you guys getting this from ? Khan is not sacking Rubio.

Khan said he takes full responsibility for this failure. He said it was all his fault. He was still all praise for Rubio and said Rubio taught him a lot but he didnt get a chance to show it.

To me, Rubio looked to be applauding Prescott seeing his fighter struggling to get up after the second brutal knock down. Its odd Rubio didnt give a single interview or comment to the media after his fighter got KTFO. Harrison was right when he said all Rubio taught Khan was to run to his opponent who had KO power with hands up like a German fighter!

I think Khan should dump his Rubio and his management.
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