Collazo will stop this bum ass cry baby inside four rounds. Khan will fire his trainer and continue calling out Floyd.Posted March 31, 2014 1:31 am
I am looking forward to this fight. Tell me which of Amir khan fight has been dull. Win or loose Amir Khan brings it.
Winnable fight for khan I see him wining most rounds but as we all know could be knocked out at any momentPosted March 30, 2014 6:33 pm
For the last couple of months the annoying Khan has copped MORE headlines, attention, ink, interviews, press releases, exposure… than Floyd, Pacquiao, Bradley, Ward, GGG, Kovalev, Cotto. Martinez, Chavez Jr… ALL COMBINED!! Maybe Collazo will do us all a favor and… ahhhh… well, you know. Peace!Posted March 30, 2014 10:38 am
Khan has no defence and no inside game. Khan fights the same every time no matter who trains him. Collazo will KO this chump inside four brutal rounds. The funny thing is, even after Khan has been destroyed, he will still call out Floyd. Khan is the most deluded man in boxing.Posted March 30, 2014 7:00 am
Khan by UD, I see Broner stopping Molina, Khan vs Broner late this year.Posted March 30, 2014 3:16 am
Good post, he may not be the best of the champions out there but hes ducked no one and has been invloved in some great fights..you win some,you lose some and in that sense he has been must see t.v…..the truth of the matter is, he needs to fight someone better than collazo or a diaz to make a case for mayweather.Posted March 29, 2014 11:22 pm
Most fighter get knocked out in there careers, the best fighters have been knocked out. It can happen to anyone even Mayweather. it’s part of the sport.Posted March 29, 2014 10:31 pm
Khan is the most exciting fighter in boxing period. He has flaws we all know that. He’s not the best inside fighter, he’s reckless, sometimes he overlooks his opponents. But he’s entertaining, skillfull, fast, explosive, throws excellent combinations, comes to fight, has a huge heart, never ducks anybody, always wants to fight the best in his weight division. He has beaten some good fighters. He gives back. The guys is a humanitarian. The guy is a champion.Posted March 29, 2014 10:27 pm
this fight is intresting for khan for two reasons. 1. its the first top level fight in 2 years 2. because anyone over the age of 30 will know in your mid to late 20’s you naturally start to fill out and as khan hasn’t made 140 in 18 months he might not even be a strong welterweight at147 anymore! – this is all irrelevant however, as he is overlooking collazo and more to the point will get knocked out trying to impress to get his mayweather shotPosted March 29, 2014 8:27 pm
yeah this whole card is garbage from the top down. u couldnt pay me to watch it. waste of a saturday night.Posted March 29, 2014 7:25 pm
Collazo wins thisPosted March 29, 2014 6:56 pm
Garbage? Ha ha ha bears u are so 1 eyed.Posted March 29, 2014 6:46 pm
worthless fight here so who cares. this upcoming mayweather card is 100% garbage. not interested in a single fight in that cardPosted March 29, 2014 3:16 pm
I totally agree with you. Sorry re the confusion. Khan can definitely beat Collazo, but It will be suicide if he tries to go toe-to-toe with him like Ricky and Victor Ortiz. Shane Mosley boxed brilliantly and Khan will have to do more of the same.Posted March 29, 2014 1:37 pm
Bangla: Collazos power is underrated. He can definitely KO khan. If feather fisted Diaz puts him down then Collazo ko’s him.
Collazo wins by KO rd 4 – You heard it here first.Posted March 29, 2014 1:26 pm
Hyping collazo*Posted March 29, 2014 12:50 pm
Boon khan is shot we all know that. But its funny people hyping him dropping a ring rusted broken jaw who just happened to quit than you guys hyping that up as some kind of great knockout victory. Collazo is not a big puncher based on his ko rate and khan only struggles w puncher. Khan takes care of this kid n outboxes him.all nightPosted March 29, 2014 12:50 pm
Forget about the polls and the voting Kahn is a glass jaw bum begging for a shot that he hasn’t earned. He ducked Devon Alexander, Shawn Porter and Broner. I say he gets KTFO before he can even land a fight wit Floyd he was never on his level to begun with Virgil Hill got this dude thinking he can bang with Floyd what a joke, Kahn looks like a little boy in the photo he got KTFO by Danny Garcia what else can be said he cannot take a punch….Posted March 29, 2014 12:47 pm
Pete u dumb khunt. He will give Collazo a tougher time than you drunkard pig ricky fatton u crooked teeth council estate pest.Posted March 29, 2014 12:46 pm
@TJ Okay! I sent my previous one without reading yours. Cool!Posted March 29, 2014 12:32 pm
@Anonymous Yes, that’s basically why I believe why Khan probably will win, thus, sticking to his fight plan and NOT engage. Collazo will look big next to Khan which is another factor that shouldn’t be overlooked if we consider that this will be Amir’s first welter fight. Collazo’s KO win over “vicious” Victor Ortiz didn’t overly impress me. It was too short for me to judgement on Louie’s remaining overall skills. But it was a really good win nonetheless. Collazo’s other recent wins were over fighters of lesser caliber than Khan. Does a win over Collazo qualify Amir for a mega payday?? No, no way! But.. Floyd seems to be little obsessed in wanting Khan as well. Why else would he include Khan in his “pick my next opponent poll”?? The only reason why reneged on his own “poll” was because of the negative feedback after publicly declaring Khan the “winner”. But nevertheless… GO COLLAZO!!Posted March 29, 2014 12:29 pm
Sorry EZ E
The last post was from me. Apparently I am posting too quickly! Ha ha.Posted March 29, 2014 12:07 pm
LOOK FOR AMIR to box Collazo like he did when he faced Kotelnik. Khan boxed and used the whole of the ring to evade any punches from Kotelnik and actually abandoned his usual flurries and looked to score 1, 2s and 3s and then get out and used quick feet to evade any counters. That was the height of Khan’s ring performances and Kotelnik barely landed a shot on him.
I am the most ardent critic of Khan as I have always thought he jumped the queue to get Kotelnik, leapfrogging his Lightweight foes of The Diaz trio, VALERO, Galaxxy Warrior and the likes of Marquez and co. to target the weakest titlist out there in the higher division he hadn’t fought in.
The same pattern he attempted at Welterweight, trying to get a jackpot at Mayweather without earning it……. That besides, Khan must know that Collazo has only been schooled once and that was when Shane Mosley turned back the clock and boxed him for a clear victory.
Therefore, the method to negate Collazo is to box and to move, regroup box and move again and repeat. Khan knows he cannot afford to engage. But, the last time Khan boxed in this vain was vs Kotelnik. His attempt at boxing to order vs Malignaggi was off the front foot and his balance looked terrible and his output stunted. If he attempts to box off the front foot vs Collazo, he will get caught hard and often and will at some point be drawn into a dog fight.
I can only see Khan replicating his performance vs Kotelnik in order to get a win. Saftey first and at some point he may even be running, but this is the way to beat Collazo. The less he engages, the better his chances.
The only question is, does Khan still have the legs to skirt around the ring for 12 rounds?
We’ll see!Posted March 29, 2014 11:53 am
Khan fights the same way every time, no matter who trains him. He’s the most predictable fighter in boxing today. For two rounds he is fast, throws lots of flurries and shows decent foot movement. But after two rounds his opponent starts to time Khan, and Khan does actually slow down a bit from round three onwards. At that point, Khan is living on borrowed time. As some stage, he always gets tagged, frequently goes down and is known to get stopped in dramatic fashion. As a heavier fighter, at 147lbs, Khan will be slower and not as mobile. Collazo will KO this guy within five rounds.Posted March 29, 2014 11:00 am
Anonymouss said: “This is what is going to happen, Khan as usual, will come out fast, throwing four or five combinations, he’ll look really good, he’ll box beautifully, and then at some point, he’ll get whacked hard, go down, and Collazo will finish him off” hmmm…
Well, I HALF agree. I’m kind’a expecting Khan will stick to his game plan this time and win on points. His CAREER depends on it!! If he doesn’t then, just like you said, he might get tagged and… history will repeat itself. Besides, Collazo has to win a least SIX CLEAR ROUNDS to get a DRAW, the way I see it.Posted March 29, 2014 9:56 am
Hoping Collazo handles KhanPosted March 29, 2014 7:55 am
If Khan can box from a distance, stay relatively mistake free and stick to the gameplan (which isn’t very often) he should be able to win a comfortable points decision. Otherwise i can see Collazo landing one of his cute counter punches and sparking Khan.Posted March 29, 2014 5:40 am
What are the bets Khan looks exactly the same as the Diaz fight? He seems to think he is a robot that just needs the right trainer to program him to win, then when he loses it’s all their fault. Collazo by KO.Posted March 29, 2014 3:29 am
knockout by collazoPosted March 28, 2014 10:47 pm
Collazo is going to bust up that wacky paki.Posted March 28, 2014 8:06 pm
First.Posted March 28, 2014 7:38 pm