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Khan vs Lo Greco Live Stream: The former world champion was last seen in the ring in May 2016, suffering defeat to Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez in brutal fashion.
After resting up and featuring on I’m A Celebrity, Khan is back to business and faces Canadian contender Lo Greco.
Amir Khan vs Phil Lo Greco Fight
Date: Saturday, 21 April 2018
Venue: Liverpool, at the Echo Arena
Time: Between around 10pm and 10.30
TV Channel: Sky Sports Action
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Khan vs Lo Greco Fight Live
The Italian Sensation has 28-3 record with Shawn Porter outpointing the 33-year-old and Errol Spence Jr, conqueror of Kell Brook and IBF world champion, taking him out in just three rounds.
Khan is expected to win, but looking good will be almost as important, with Brook expected to be ringside working for Sky Sports – will the British rivals finally get it on?
Khan vs Lo Greco Boxing Live
Amir Khan says the lure of joining Britain’s boxing elite on the world stage is behind his return to the ring. Khan fights in Britain for the first time in five years on Saturday and admits the emergence of homegrown boxers like Anthony Joshua has fuelled his comeback.
The Bolton-born puncher takes on Canadian Lo Greco tonight 23 months after he was beaten by Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez in Las Vegas, and five years since he last fought on these shores against Julio Diaz in Sheffield.
“You look at these great fighters like Joshua cleaning up, doing really well, knocking guys out, selling out stadiums and I’m like, ‘Wow, this is where I want to be again’,” the 31-year-old said.
“I’ve done it in the past and I want to do it again. I know I’ve got a style where the crowd will come and watch me and want to see me.
“Fighters like Joshua out there give you that inspiration to come out and do well and sell out stadiums again. Boxing’s on a high. What Eddie’s doing, this is what we needed.
“British boxing was really dying and Eddie’s brought it back alive again. I remember the days when I used to fight in America all the time because in Britain, boxing wasn’t as big as what we wanted it to be.”