Amir Khan has focused various large names within the welterweight division that he wish to face after his conflict with Phil Lo Greco.
The Pakistani-Briton will make his highly-anticipated return to motion for the primary time since getting knocked out by Canelo Alvarez in Might 2016 when he takes on Lo Greco on 21 April in Liverpool.
The standout names he’s within the long-term although, are home rival Kell Brook and former eight-division champion Manny Pacquiao.
Khan would additionally like a rematch with Danny Garcia and potential fights with title-holders Jeff Horn and Keith Thurman.
“We have tremendous fights like Kell Brook, you’ve got received Manny Pacquiao,” Khan told Sky Sports.
“There’s some large names within the welterweight division – the rematch with Danny Garcia. We’re additionally Jeff Horn, and Keith Thurman might be among the finest fighters within the welterweight division.
“All of those guys are calling me and wish the struggle as properly. There’s some large thrilling names on this division and I believe I positively need to be amongst them.”
A struggle with Brook has lengthy been anticipated and will lastly occur now that Khan has joined the former under Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom banner.
In the meantime, the 31-year-old was attributable to face Pacquiao final yr just for the latter to face Horn as an alternative. The duo not too long ago mocked each other on Twitter following Horn’s first title defence towards Gary Corcoran.
Nonetheless, Khan must get previous Lo Greco first, who has succeeded in winding up the previous welterweight champion in latest weeks.
Of their pre-fight press convention, Khan notably hurled a glass of water at “The Italian Sensation” after he made provocative feedback about his private life.
“My first transfer is to get previous Lo Greco after which go on to larger fights,” Khan added. “He simply will get me a little bit bit indignant at instances, he makes me practice onerous and need to beat him, beat him in nice model as properly.
“Let’s simply keep centered and keep very calm for the struggle on the 21st.”