AMIR KHAN APOLOGIZED TO ANTHONY JOSHUA AFTER ACCUSING HIM OF SEEING HIS WIFE BEFORE THEIR SPLIT.

Amir Khan has settled the rift between him and Anthony Joshua. He now waits for a date to return to the ring after a bad year.
In May 2016, khan was knocked out by Conelo Alvarez and since then he has been struggling with hand injury, marriage crisis as he splits from wife Faryal Makhdoom who might get half of his fortunes and the big one is wrongfully accusing wife of cheating on him the Champ Anthony Joshua.

Khan said he has spoken to Joshua and apologized to him for wrongfully writing that Joshua and his wife were seeing before their split. Khan 31 said Joshua rang him and that all is cool and was just mere misunderstanding. He said , he wants to be able to shake the champs hand and keep respect and love.
His year was also bad by the collapse of his fight with Manny Pacquiao. But right now he is ready to go after meeting his adviser Al Haymon, feels something might come up before the year ends. He is considering fighting his rival Kell Brook on condition he will not be under promoter Eddie Hearn.

Khan also wants rematches with the duo of Lemont Peterson and Danny Gracia. He is back with his old team after rejecting his father Shah, uncle Taz and his childhood friend Saj Mohamed.
"It's always tough," Khan responded when asked how difficult the past few months had been. "This has only given me the chance now to focus more on boxing.
People will be saying 'We can help you, we can do this for you, we can do that for you'. Your family's always going to be there looking out for you. I have to prove people wrong. I need my old team back, those hard days of training, be dedicated. These are the last few years in my career, where I focus and don't make no more mistakes.
"From these fallouts, you learn to know yourself as well, and see everything around you. You get to see the real people around you, who's really looking out for you and who's not. I've got to see a lot of those things that make a lot of sense to me.








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