Amir Khan wants to win in style

Khan wants to win in style
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Amir Khan admits that only an impressive win will do when he returns to the ring against Carlos Molina in December.

Amir Khan has admitted that he feels under pressure to win impressively when he returns to the ring against Carlos Molina later this year.

The former light-welterweight world champion takes on the unbeaten Molina on December 15 as he aims to rebound from a knockout defeat to Danny Garcia in his last bout.

Khan believes that an exciting victory will propel him back into a position to challenge for a world title in 2013.

He told reporters at a pre-fight press conference in Los Angeles: "We know we have to win this fight, not only win but win it in good style.

"I want to be back up there and I want to get a good win. I'm aiming to win this fight to get back where I belong."

The Bolton boxer has made drastic changes to his pre-fight preparations to try to get back to winning ways, sacking trainer Freddie Roach and drafting in Virgil Hunter in an effort to improve defensive aspects of his game.

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