Amir Khan 38 Career Boxing Fights On 16 DVDs With Motion Menus
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                        AMIR KHAN 38 fights on 16 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Amir Khan vs Stilianov (AM)
Amir Khan vs Sub (AM)
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AMIR KHAN 38 fights on 16 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Amir Khan vs Prescott
Amir Khan vs Fagan
Amir Khan vs Barrera
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Amir Khan vs Drilzane
Amir Khan vs Medjadji
Amir Khan vs Bull
Amir Khan vs Limond
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Amir Khan vs Bailey
Amir Khan vs Carey
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Amir Khan vs Williams
Amir Khan vs Komjathi
Amir Khan vs Bain
Amir Khan vs Barrett
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Amir Khan vs Lawton
Amir Khan vs Earl
Amir Khan vs Clair
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Amir Khan vs Maidana
Amir Khan vs McCloskey
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Amir Khan vs Peterson
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Amir Khan vs Diaz
Amir Khan vs Collazo
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Amir Khan vs Alexander
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Amir Khan vs Face Off: Alvarez
Amir Khan vs 24/7 Alvarez
Amir Khan vs Countdown To: Alvarez
Fights Boxing DVD 16
Amir Khan vs Alvarez
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Amir Khan vs Kristjansen
Amir Khan vs Gomez
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Amir Khan vs Kotelnik
Amir Khan vs Malignaggi
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Amir Khan vs Judah
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Amir Khan vs Garcia
Amir Khan vs Molina
Amir Khan vs Yeleuov (AM)
Amir Khan vs Kindelan I (AM)
Amir Khan vs Kindelan II (AM)
Amir Khan vs Gethin
Amir Khan vs Thorpe
Amir Khan vs Martynov
Amir Khan (born December 8, 1986) is a British professional boxer and two time former world champion, having held the unified WBA and IBF light welterweight titles. He currently holds the WBC Silver welterweight title, and has fought at three weight classes: lightweight, light welterweight, and welterweight.
Khan is the youngest British Olympic boxing medalist, winning silver at the 2004 Athens Olympics, at the age of 17. He is also one of the youngest ever British world champions, winning the WBA light welterweight title at the age of 22. The International Business Times ranked him the eighth best pound for pound boxer in 2011. As an amateur, he scored notable wins over two time Olympic gold medalist Mario Kindelan and future world champion Victor Ortiz. As a professional, Khan holds notable wins over nine world champions, including Andreas Kotelnik, Marcos Maidana, Julio Diaz, Luis Collazo, Chris Algieri, Paulie Malignaggi, Devon Alexander, Marco Antonio Barrea, and Zab Judah.
Early Life
Khan was born and raised in Bolton, Greater Manchester. He belongs to a Punjabi Rajput family with roots in Matore village of Kahuta Tehsil, located in Rawalpinki district of the Punjab, Pakistan. He was educated at Smithhills School in Bolton, and Bolton Community College. Khan is Muslim, and a member of the Naqshbandi Sufi Order, along with being an active supporter of the Muslim Writers Awards.
Khan has two sisters and one brother, Haroon "Harry" Khan, and undefeated professional boxer. He is the first cousin of English Cricketer Sajid Mahmood, related through a paternal grandfather, Lal Khan Janua, who moved to England after being discharged from the Pakistan Army. 
Amateur career
Khan began to box competitively at the age of 11, with early honours including three English school titles, three junior ABA titles, and gold at the 2003 Junior Olympics. In early 2004 he won a gold medal at the European student Championships in Lithuania, and in South Korea several months later he won world junior lightweight title after fighting five times in seven days. One of his notable early amateur fights was against Victor Ortiz, whom he defeated in a second round stoppage. Overall, he compiled an amateur record of 101-9.
2004 Olympic Games
Khan qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics by finishing in first place at the 1st AIBA European 2004 Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. He was Britain's sole representative in boxing at the Athens Games, winning a silver medal at the age of 17 in the lightweight boxing category. He was Britain's youngest Olympic boxer since Colin Jones in 1976. He lost in the final to Mario Kindelan, the Cuban who had also beaten him several months earlier in the pre-Olympic match-ups in Greece. In 2005 he avenged the two losses by beating the 34 year old Kinelan in his last amateur fight.
Professional career
On February 2, 2008, Khan was scheduled to fight Martin Kristjansen, but illness forced the Dane to withdraw and instead Khan beat Australian Gary St Clair in a contest for the Commonwealth lightweight title at the ExCel Arena in London. This was his first fight to last all 12 rounds and was won via a unanimous 120-108 scoring from all three ringside judges.
On April 5, 2008, Khan beat Krisjansen in the seventh round of a WBO lightweight Title Eliminator. Before the contest, the fighters had been ranked third and fourth respectively by the WBO. After Khan's victory, he was ranked second, behind only Joel Casamayor.
Following the fight, Khan split from his trainer Oliver Harrison, the trainer for all of his previous 17 professional contest. The break-up was blamed on Harrison's concerns that Khan's public engagements were interfering with his fight preparations. Khan's spokesman told reporters there was "nothing personal" between Khan and Harrison.