I'm just a tad bit confused. A while back, I saw reports of Amir Khan stating that Floyd Mayweather had already agreed to fight him. I read numerous articles after Khan defeated Judah. In one report I read, Khan stated that he and Freddie Roach have already come to terms for a showdown next year. I've read that Mayweather wants Khan, and these are quotes directly coming from Amir himself. So, here we are. Last night I read an article on ESPN.UK where Amir is now saying that Floyd hand picks his fights and he would avoid fighting Amir Khan, just like he's avoided Manny Pacquiao. I'd really just like to know which one is it? Is it that Mayweather is afraid to fight Amir, or is he going to fight Amir in the fall of next year?
Since I'm asking questions, one question begs to be asked. How much influence does Ariza have on Khan's performances? I saw that fight with McCloskey and Amir didn't look so fast. He didn't look so sharp. He looked Marginal at best. Ariza gets kissed and made up with and now the super fast, super sharp, KO artist returns. Claim that you have passed a drug test when Ariza is the S & C Coach, not when he's on hiatus. Claiming he passed a drug test when he fought a marginal fight makes perfect sense. He will be clean if he looks as 'regular' as he did in his fight with McCloskey. Let them show up unannounced now that Ariza's back and prove clean and I MAY begin to believe him. As of now, I don't. Saying Floyd's afraid of a guy who refuses to take a drug test, is rubbish. If Amir wants to make it seem as if Floyd's afraid, all he has to do is the same thing Manny's doing. REFUSING DRUG TESTS. Victor Ortiz is as dangerous as they come, yet A Mere Con wants to claim that Floyd doesn't fight dangerous fighters. As far as I can recall, that's all he's been fighting. Amir, stay in your lane. When Ortiz was headlining with Berto, you were an undercard fighter offering up a marginal performance that ended the way you claim Bradley's fights end, with headbutts. Fight Berto, fight Bradley, and then holla at the Mayweather gang so you can get a massive ass whooping put on yourself. That's the reason I hate the Wildcard fighters. They talk so big but THEY are the ones that refuse to fight dangerous opponents. With the exception of Marcos Maidana, Amir hasn't proved anything to me. Step your game up before you run your mouth youngster. You will get that ass whooped if you ste up to the plate. Seacrest, Out!