Spotted on Bleacher Report:
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has agreed to face Amir Khan in a much-anticipated big-money bout—if the Englishman can overcome Adrien Broner first.
“Money” spoke honestly on Twitter, telling Khan he can earn the contract he has longed for with a victory over his American associate.
Khan responded angrily by retweeting the messages and suggesting Mayweather is one of many fighters to be wasting his time.
The Bolton-based boxer previously baited Broner with the suggestion of a fight, signalling he is desperate to face Mayweather, despite many believing he has little chance of overcoming the 37-year-old.
Mayweather’s response is perhaps out of character, given that he has previously appeared non-committal to a future bout with Khan, as noted by his decision to face Marcos Maidana, per Sky Sports.
Khan reportedly penned a contract in December to face Mayweather, but no mutual agreement was ever made.
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