THE fragility that haunted the early part of Amir Khan’s career resurfaced with shuddering, dramatic consequences as underrated WBC super-lightweight champion Danny Garcia destroyed him in four rounds before a shocked crowd at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.
After he had absorbed Marcos Maidana’s best shots and gone on to win in their 2010 classic, the theory that Khan had become stronger with maturity and the move up to 140lbs had gained credibility.
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