Amir Khan's next big fight in ring, not media


A celebrity detox in the television jungle has cleared Amir Khan's mind for a comeback in the more down-to-earth surroundings of Liverpool, on April 21.

"I'm determined to win another world championship and I'm confident I've got the right team behind me to help me do so".

That humbling experience also focused Khan on ending his feud with his previous promoter, Eddie Hearn, who he had accused of being the "unlikeable" barrier to a long-awaited domestic blockbuster of a fight with Kell Brook.

'Going to the jungle made me think about everything that had been going wrong with my life, ' said Khan as he revealed a three-fight campaign to win a world welterweight title.

Khan has been on the hunt for new promoters after an injury layoff and stint on ITV's I'm A Celeb.

In November past year, Khan said he still wants a fight with Kell Brook, but admitted they both need to rebuild their careers with wins before settling their long-running rivalry. Get Me Out Of Here! late a year ago.

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"The plan is to box in April and then again in August or September in preparation for a super fight in winter 2018", Hearn said Wednesday, according to a story posted to the website of London's Daily Mail.

But now ten months later, Khan is looking to a bright future under Hearn, a man he previously said he "didn't like". I just don't like Eddie Hearn.

'Eddie is the best promoter in the United Kingdom, where I need to come back to from America to fight in front of my home fans.

"He [Hearn] is the best in boxing, he's on top of his game at the moment and I know I can get to where I need to get to with him".

Brook is moving up to light-middleweight for his next fight, after years of straining to scale down to welter, but Hearn says: 'Kell would go back to 147lbs if it would bring him the Khan fight'.

With Brook already signed on to fight Sergey Rabchenko in March of this year, Hearn is keen for Khan to fight a significant opponent, knowing full well it could be a warm up to the much awaited Brook-Khan fight. "This surprises a lot of people because there has been friction in the past and a lot of things have been said, particularly around failed negotiations to make the Kell Brook fight".