Amir Khan: 'I could beat Floyd Mayweather'

Khan: 'I could beat Mayweather'
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Former world light welterweight champion Amir Khan believes that he knows how to beat undefeated American Floyd Mayweather.

Former world champion Amir Khan has insisted that he has the "speed and ability" to defeat Floyd Mayweather.

Khan could be in line for a bout with Mayweather should he be successful in his next fight in December, and the Olympic silver medalist believes that he could end the American's undefeated record.

The 26-year-old told BoxNation: "To beat Floyd you have to beat him at his home game — box him the way he fights.

"I have got the speed and ability that can cope with him."

The Bolton-born fighter recorded his 28th win in 31 fights with a points victory over Julio Diaz last month.

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