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Amir Khan rubbishes claims that he "quit" against Terence Crawford

:Headline: Amir Khan rubbishes claims that he 'quit' against Terence Crawford:
Khan was caught by a low blow in the sixth round.
PA | 5mo

Amir Khan has denied Terence Crawford’s accusations he “quit” six rounds into their WBO welterweight title fight at New York’s Madison Square Garden.

The 32-year-old had already suffered a knockdown in the opening round and had continued to take significant punishment up to the sixth when Crawford landed a sickening low blow.

Khan was by then also appearing to struggle with an injury to his right arm and, instead of taking the full five minutes he would have been allowed to recover, was withdrawn by his trainer Virgil Hunter having used only a fraction of it, ensuring his defeat via stoppage.

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