Amir Khan smashes Billy Dib in Jeddah

Former unified super lightweight champion Amir Khan (34-5) made easy work of Billy Dib (45-6) in one of the most one-sided and shameful boxing matches you’ll ever see.

The welterweight fight took place at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and the Brit claimed the WBC International welterweight belt. The Brit made £7 million for yesterday’s victory over Dib. Khan’s last real fight was back in April when WBO world welterweight champion Terence Crawford dominated Amir.

“King Khan” won the fight in the 4th round. He knocked the Aussie with a nice right hand and Dib’s corner then quickly threw in the towel before he could get back to his feet.

In the co-main event of the night, Britain’s Hughie Fury (23-2) defeated former WBC world heavyweight champion Samuel Peter (38-8). Unfortunately, that wasn’t a great fight, either. Fury is way younger than “The Nigerian Nightmare” and the outcome of the fight was imminent right from the get-go.

The referee stopped the fight in the 7th round after the 38-years-old Peter suffered a left shoulder injury. Samuel was using some dirty tricks and tactics (low blows, rabbit shots, and nailing him on the break), but Fury was the fresher fighter and it was a matter of time before he landed big on Peter’s chin.

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