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Amir Khan has made all the headlines tonight with his 40 second win over Phil Lo Greco but already attention is turning to a future all British dust up against Kell Brook.
The two former world champions have been calling each out for years and the trash talk continued inside the ring in Liverpool tonight with a contest surely edging ever nearer.
Both men claim to want the fight, but will it happen?
Michael Buffer is in the ring and here come the fighters at the Echo Arena.
Amir Khan has been there and done it on the biggest stages of all but he has shown his vulnerabilities, over the years and tonight it is win or bust against the Canadian Phil Lo Greco.
Say what you want about Amir Khan, but he always provides entertainment.
Let's get ready to rumble!
It's not all about Amir Khan tonight with Carl Frampton facing his own make or break night over in Belfast.
The Jackal has endured a frustrating last 12 months but a win tonight against a multiple world champion in Nonito Donaire will throw him right back into the world title mix, and he mustn't slip up.
Donaire is past his best but he remains highly respected and Frampton will need to be on on his game in front of a home audience.
A massive night of boxing in Liverpool with former two weight world champion Amir Khan topping the bill in a must not lose fight against the tough Phil Lo Greco.
Khan will be having his first fight for nearly two years and with some massive bouts on the horizon, the Bolton man has to put on a show at the echo Arena.
The under card is well underway with wins for Tasha Jonas and Conor Benn so far but we aren't too far away from the headline act.
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James DeGale regained his IBF super-middleweight title on Saturday night with a unanimous points decision victory over Caleb Truax.
Degale surprisingly lost his belt back in December, but now has it wrapped tightly around his waist after winning on all three scorecards: 117-110, 114-113 and 114-113.
Is a rematch with George Groves on the horizon?