Former unified Super-Lightweight World Champion Amir Khan has discussed the option of a rematch with WBC Welterweight king Danny Garcia.
The pair met at the recent WBC convention in Florida, and Khan is adamant that a second bout with the unbeaten American would mean big money for both fighters.
Speaking to EsNews last month, he said: “We’ve got unfinished business. One day we can have part two! Obviously I want that rematch. He even said it - he knows that’s going to make big money. It’s a big fight so let’s see.”
Garcia, who is unbeaten in 33 contests, earned a heavy stoppage victory over Khan in July 2014 and there has been talk of another meeting ever since.
“Deep down we all respect each other, but it’s a business. Sometimes in business you have to fight each other. But I don’t like him. One thing I don’t like about him is that he beat me,” added the 30-year-old.
Khan has not fought since the knockout defeat to Saul Alvarez in May of last year, where he made the jump up to Middleweight to challenge the powerful Mexican.
“At the end of the day, the best have to fight the best. That’s what I did when I went up to Canelo’s weight. A lot of people thought it was a bit silly but the only reason I went up to that weight was because I want to challenge myself.”
First up for Garcia is the huge Welterweight unification fight with Keith Thurman, a clash which Khan believes his former foe can handle. “I wish Danny all the best. He’s going to do the job.”
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