Amir Khan (Boxer) Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Wife & More
Bio Real NameAmir Iqbal Khan NicknameKing ProfessionBritish professional boxer Physical Stats & More Heightin centimeters- 174 cm in meters- 1.74 m in Feet Inches- 5’ 8½” Weightin Kilograms- 70 kg in Pounds- 155 lbs Body Measurements- Chest: 40 Inches - Waist: 32 Inches - Biceps: 14 Inches Eye ColourBlack Hair ColourBlack Boxing Professional Debut16 July 2005 vs David Bailey Coach/MentorOliver Harrison (July 2005 – April 2008) Jorge Rubio (July 2008 – September 2008) Freddie Roach (October 2008 – September 2012) Virgil Hunter (September 2012 – present) Likes to fight againstSaul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez Records (main ones)• In 2003, won a Gold Medal at the AAU Junior Olympic Games. • In 2004, won a Silver Medal at the Athens Olympics. • In 2009, won the World Title for WBA light-welterweight champion. • In 2011, won the World Title (Super Title) for WBA light-welterweight champion. • In 2012, again won the World Title (Super Title) for WBA light-welterweight champion. Career Turning PointIn July 2009, when he won the World Title for WBA light-walterweight champion by defeating Andreas Kotelnik. Personal Life Date of Birth8 December 1986 Age (as in 2016)30 Years Birth PlaceBolton, Greater Manchester, England Zodiac sign/Sun signSagittarius NationalityBritish HometownGreater Manchester, England SchoolSmithills School, Bolton, Greater Manchester, England CollegeBolton College, Bolton, Greater Manchester, England Educational QualificationsTwo year Sports Development Diploma FamilyFather- Shah Khan Mother- Falak Khan Brother- Haroon Khan (Boxer) Sisters- Tabinda Khan, Mariyah Khan
Some Lesser Known Facts About Amir Khan
Does Amir Khan smoke?: Not Known
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He was born and raised to a Rajput Family in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England.
His family roots are in Matore village of Kahuta Tehsil in Rawalpindi distrcit, Pakistan.
He is an active supporter of Muslim Writers Awards and is a member of Naqshabandi Sufi Order.
His younger brother, Haroon “Harry” Khan, is an undefeated professional boxer.
English cricketer Sajid Mahmood is his cousin brother.
In his childhood, he was overactive and when he was 8 years old, his father took him to Bolton Lads boxing gym to utilize his energy.
He started boxing competitively at an early age of 11.
One of his popular early amateur fights was against Victor Ortiz as he defeated him in a second round stoppage.
At the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, he was Britain’s sole representative.
In 2004, when he won Silver Medal at the Athens Olympics, he became Britain’s youngest Olympic boxer since Colin Jones in 1976.
In July 2009, he became Britain’s 3rd youngest Boxing World Champion when he won the WBA light-walterweight title by defeating Andriy Kotelnik.
He is fluent in Urdu, English and Punjabi languages.