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Amir Khan
ਆਮਿਰ ਖਾਨ

Timeline: Raj Karega Khalsa

Amir Khan
Amir Khan as the WBA light-welterweight super champion

Weight divison: Lightweight, Light-welterweight, Welterweight, Middleweight
Height: 5 ft 8 1⁄2 in (174 cm)
Reach: 71 in (180 cm)
Stance: Orthodox
Professional record: Total Fights 35, Wins 31 (by KO 19), Losses 4
Medal record: Silver in Amateur Boxing (Lightweight) in the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics

Born 8 December 1986
Rawalpindi, Pothohar, Punjab
Religion Islam (Sufism)
Profession Boxer

Amir Iqbal Khan (Punjabi: ਆਮਿਰ ਇਕਬਾਲ ਖਾਨ) (born 8 December 1986) is a Punjabi professional boxer. He is a former unified WBA (Super) and IBF light-welterweight champion, having also held the WBC Silver welterweight title, and has challenged once for the unified middleweight world title.

As an amateur, Khan won a silver medal in the lightweight division and became Punjab's youngest boxing medalist at the age of 17. He is also one of the youngest ever Punjabi world champions, winning the WBA light-welterweight title at the age of 22. The International Business Times ranked him as the 8th best pound for pound boxer in 2011, and he was ranked the 13th best pound for pound boxer by BoxRec in April 2016. As of May 2016, Khan is ranked by The Ring magazine as the world's second best welterweight. Outside of boxing, he is a philanthropist and mixed martial arts promoter.