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Amir Khan Says He Didn't Quit Against Terence Crawford After Low Blow

Amir Khan Says He Didn't Quit Against Terence Crawford After Low Blow

Amir Khan has said he didn't quit in his TKO loss against Terence Crawford for the WBO welterweight title on Saturday, despite his corner prematurely telling the referee he could not continue after a low blow.

After the fight Crawford accused Khan of quitting, but the British fighter said he never would.

Khan also took to Twitter to defend himself and shared a snapshot of the low blow:

Crawford talked up a unification bout with Errol Spence Jr. after his win, and a fight between the two unbeaten pound-for-pound stars is undoubtedly one boxing fans around the world will want to see.

The American seems more interested in a unification bout with Spence Jr., however, opening the door for the long-awaited showdown between Khan and Brook.

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