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WBA light welterweight world champion Amir Khan will defend his WBA title against Former IBF champion Paulie Malignaggi in the 12-round main event tonight.
Malignaggi and Khan got in each other’s face at Friday’s weigh-in, as both made weight for their 12-rounder on Saturday at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City. A scuffle broke out after the fighters began pushing.
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Khan-Malignaggi Fight Card and Results:
- Amir Khan 139.5 defeated Paulie Malignaggi 139 via TKO in Round 11, 1:25. Khan retains his WBA Super lightweight title.
- Victor Ortiz 140 defeated Nate Campbell 139 via 10-round Unanimous Decision (100-89, 100-89, 99-90)
- Daniel Jacobs 160 defeated Juan Astorga 164.5 via TKO in Round 2, 1:51
- Kelvin Price 243 defeated Tor Hamer 230 via 6 round split decision (58-55, 58-55, 56-57)
- Breidis Prescott 140.5 defeated Jason Davis 144.5 via TKO in Round 3, 1:11
- Jamie Kavanagh 139.5 defeated William Ware 141 via TKO in Round 2, 1:39
- Dennis Douglin 156 defeated Joshua Onyango 157 via TKO in Round 2, 1:10
WBA super lightweight champion Amir Khan (23-1, 17 KOs) made a sensational American debut, punishing former IBF champion and currently WBA #3 rated Paulie Malignaggi (27-4, 5 KOs) for eleven rounds on Saturday night in The Theater at the famous Madison Square Garden in New York City. Khan won every round in a one-sided beating, but although outgunned, the game Malignaggi battled on until referee Steve Smoger made a mercy stoppage in the eleventh at time 1:25.
Using superior speed and crisp right hands, the former British Olympian made good on his promise to quiet the flamboyant hometown challenger. Malignaggi’s face was red and swollen from the middle rounds on, and he had to lobby the ringside doctor before the 11th round just to let him continue.
It wound up being a bad idea.
Khan (23-1, 17 KOs) backed Malignaggi against the ropes and threw a series of unanswered blows before referee Steve Smoger finally stepped between them at 1:25 of the round. Malignaggi (27-4) didn’t argue with the decision, tapping his chest and congratulating Khan on the victory.
Khan signed with Golden Boy Promotions in an attempt to raise his profile in the United States, where he could land the biggest fights and the biggest paydays, and he certainly made a statement.
His comprehensive victory against Malignaggi, a guy who’s been in the ring against Miguel Cotto and Ricky Hatton, should catapult Khan into fights against the best in the loaded 140-pound division. Some of the names that have been tossed around include Marcos Maidana and fellow titleholders Timothy Bradley and Devon Alexander.
Khan-Malignaggi Boxing Photos
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