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Amir Khan receives defensive advice from Sam Allardyce in interview twist

first_img 3 Khan responded: “I think that’s what it needs to come to, I need to become like that. I need to start thinking a little bit more and to start being a little bit smarter in there where I don’t get hit with shots I shouldn’t get hit with.“I think I try to make it too exciting, but that can only get you hurt again…“Sometimes I see that red mist and want to put someone away.” 3 3 The 31-year-old dropped last week’s opponent Vargas twice during their fight, in the second and third rounds.However, after the second-round knockdown, Khan then became too aggressive, left himself open and was put on the canvas himself.“You shouldn’t be seeing that red mist now at your age son,” Big Sam answered.“You should have learned from those early days. Get your game plan and sort it out, you’ll be brilliant.”The discussion concluded with Khan admitting: “I sometimes get a little bit excited, it’s that young blood.”You can listen to Anthony Joshua v Alexander Povetkin on September 22, live on talkSPORT At one stage, the famously defensive football boss began to quiz Khan about his attacking style and resulting vulnerabilities.He has been knocked down and out several times in his career, and was most recently put on his backside during his win over Samuel Vargas last weekend.(You can listen to the exchange at 1:40 on the audio player above)“Are you one of those that wants to excite the fans all the time?” asked Allardyce.“Or are you now becoming tactically more aware about the fact that it’s all about making sure you win and don’t actually damage yourself?”center_img Amir Khan has been told to sort out his defence by none other than former Premier League manager Sam Allardyce.The welterweight star joined co-host Allardyce alongside Alan Brazil on the talkSPORT Sports Breakfast and their interview took an interesting turn. Khan climbed off the canvas to defeat Samuel Vargas Big Sam enjoyed Khan’s win, but struggled to fathom how he keeps making defensive errors Khan was last stopped by Canelo Alvarez in 2016 last_img

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