Welterweight boxer Amir Khan (L) of Britain battles with Devon Alexander of the U.S. during a welterweight fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 13, 2014. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus
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Amir Khan said Saturday he believes that there is a "75 percent" chance a big money fight with Manny Pacquiao will go ahead.Khan was speaking at the same venue where Manny Pacquiao had visited Thursday.During that visit, Pacquiao confirmed he was in negotiations with the 28-year-old Briton and Floyd Mayweather for what would probably be the final fight of his career.Pacquiao added that a final decision would be made by November or December this year.Khan and Pacquiao used to be stablemates before the Briton switched camps, leaving the Freddie Roach Wild Card Boxing Club in Los Angeles to team up with Virgil Hunter at the King's Boxing Gym in Oakland.Khan lost his last two fights while trained by Roach but under Hunter he has won five in a row, including a decision victory over American Chris Algieri – a former Pacquiao victim too – last time out in May.
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