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Salita is pumped for a "fight of the year potential" clash pitting lightweight Dimash Niyazov against former NYS lightweight champion Ariel Duran in a bout scheduled for 6-rounds.
Khan (22-1, 16 KOs) makes the second defence of his WBA belt at Madison Square Garden against New Yorker Malignaggi (27-3, 5 KOs), and though Roach is backing his man to win, he is not expecting the former IBF champion at 140 pounds to be as accommodating as Salita was in Newcastle five months ago.
That is despite the former Olympic silver medallist (below) having 16 knockouts on his 22-1 professional record - including a first-round stoppage of Dmitriy Salita in December.
Our team included the three active delegates at this site, RN Ernestine Colwell and Linda Baxter and Salita Devi, both caregivers.
He then went on to destroy Dmitriy Salita in just 76 seconds in a mandatory title defence in Newcastle last December.
Khan, who won the title from AndreasKotelniklastsummerand defended against Dmitriy Salita in December, has the chance to impress US fight fans after joining up with promoters Golden Boy.
But, having already made one mandatory defence with a 76-second stoppage against Dmitriy Salita in December, Khan was looking to take on a bigger name than Maidana for his first bout in the States and with Marquez believed to have rejected an offer, the 23-year-old has turned his attention towards Malignaggi.
Khan looked tremendous against Dmitriy Salita, he fought how a true champion should.
CDATA[ Prize-winning Jewish American boxer Dmitriy Salita arrived in Israel and spoke about his mission - promoting Israel and Judaism through sports]]>
Khan made a spectacular defence of his WBA light-welterweight world title when he knocked out Dmitriy Salita in just 76 seconds in Newcastle.
The strategy was clear as soon as the former Olympic silver medallist was matched with Dmitriy Salita.
New York, Dec 7(ANI): Brit Asian boxer Amir Khan, whose conquest of America began with a sensational 76-second knockout victory over New York-based Jewish boxer Dmitriy Salita, has said that he is now a champion boxer to reckon with.