Khan advised against fighting Pacquiao


Khan won the vote but there has yet been any movement on confirming his next bout.

Despite the setback, Khan is the runaway victor of Pacquiao's recent Twitter poll asking his more than 100,000 followers who he should fight next.

Arum, who has been with Pacquiao nearly since his arrival at Freddie Roach's Wild Card gym in Los Angeles in 2001, admitted final details of the Horn fight, originally scheduled for the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, were "up in the air", and said his fighter was looking for bigger money in the United Arab Emirates.

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Bob Arum, Pacquiao's Las Vegas promoter, had labelled reports that Khan-Pacquiao was close to being signed as "complete bull****".

This is the opinion of Irish boxing star Barry McGuigan, who recently wrote a Daily Mirror column advising Khan against fighting Pacquiao.

Pacquiao's team are still believed to be talking to other potential opponents after the Filipino put out a poll on Twitter to ask fans to pick his next opponent. Very few mentioned Horn.

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The Bolton-born fighter has been out of action since he was knocked out by Saul Alvarez last May. Whether (the offer) is real or not real - he is determined to explore it to see if it has any validity.

Koncz then apologized to the; "Australian government and the fans there for a last-minute change in plans". Pacquiao is coming off a unanimous decision win over Jessie Vargas where he won the WBO welterweight title.

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