LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 02: Boxer Amir Khan (R) watches the Leo Santa Cruz against Jose Cayetano featherweight bout on May 2, 2015 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Harry How/AFP
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Britain's former two-time light-welterweight world champion Amir Khan has said he wants to be the next opponent for Floyd Mayweather after watching ringside as the American outpointed Manny Pacquiao in the Las Vegas superfight Saturday. Mayweather kept his unbeaten record with a unanimous points victory over Pacquiao in a welterweight unification showdown that failed to live up to all the prematch hype, but fully highlighted the winner's superb defensive skills.Mayweather said after the fight that he would only get in the ring once more – in September – and Khan, 10 years younger at 28, believes he is ideally placed to be the American's final opponent.Others, though, praised the boxing skills of Mayweather as he took his unbeaten streak to 48 wins over 19 years.
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