Amir Khan vs. Luis Collazo the co-feature bout of The Moment
Apr 30 2014 2:33 AM
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Photo Credit: SHOWTIME/Esther Lin

Former Unified Super Lightweight World Champion, Amir Khan, and WBA International Welterweight Champion Luis Collazo, will face each other in a 12-round bout for the vacant WBC silver welterweight world title, Khan vs. Collazo is the co-main event of The Moment, Mayweather vs. Maidana.

The event will be produced and distributed live by SHOWTIME PPV (9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT).

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The Good Doctor says:

If I were Amir Khan, I would go back and look at the Shane Mosley vs Collazo fight from 07. The game plan Shane had in the fight is exactly how Amir could win. Shane never let Collazo get off because he darted in and out quickly. In addition, he threw combinations not singular punches. The combinations were quick and alternated punching to the body and head. Shane never rarely traded, and if Collazo began to punch Shane tied him up. Lastly, Shane used his speed more than his power even though he was able to get a late round knockdown. Amir has the ability to do all of that and if he does he will cruise to a victory.

The Shadow says:

You're right, Doc, excellent gameplan. He needs to work that stick, work them angles, slide them sides, and then swim without getting wet.

brownsugar says:

Was just going through the list of videos… Plenty of full fights I can watch on my cell phone.. With good graphic quality….nice

Skibbz says:

[QUOTE=The Shadow;51045]You're right, Doc, excellent gameplan. He needs to work that stick, work them angles, slide them sides, and then swim without getting wet.[/QUOTE]

It seems people are forgetting Khan was in camp for a solid 147 southpaw before the money team flashed him a ticket. Collazo is coming but Khan is prepared, he is matured, he will put on a real clinic against Collazo.

Collazo is on the last chance saloon but he better have buckled up because it's going to be one bumpy ride straight off the side of the bridge.. I'm expecting a Khan TKO.

Just to put it out there, I watched some Khan film last night and I have to say his offensive skills are elite. Going forward is no problem. His problem, as i'm sure you all know, is with his defence. He can't fight on the back foot, he is amateurish in his defensive style and he is prone to getting bullied.. But I'm hoping lessons will have been learned since he's been out of the ring.

El Dude says:

Amir Khan's boxing abilities will be the key to defeating Luis Collazo. I predict Khan winning by TKO in the 9th. Luis has sufficient KO power to KO Khan and he will most certainly be coming out in search for such a victory but his footwork is not up to par with Khan's quick game. Win, lose or draw this fight has it all. Speed vs Power, Strength vs Will, Skill vs Force is what we will see on May 3rd when Amir Khan “The Speed Demon King” vs Luis “The I'll KO your head off Collazo” set the house on fire.
by El Dude.