Adam Azim: Amir Khan phone calls for super-light-weight prospect to face Dylan Cheema after stunning stoppage victory

Amir Khan has known as for Adam Azim to struggle Dylan Cheema after his spectacular 66-second stoppage victory in excess of Anthony Loffet on Saturday night.

Azim, 1 of the most extraordinary potential clients in British boxing, is building swift strides and scored an additional spotlight-reel complete in Coventry this weekend.

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Adam Azim stopped Anthony Loffet in the to start with spherical and celebrated with a summersault and Cristiano Ronaldo’s well-known ‘siuuu’ celebration.

He’s on the lookout to stick to in Khan’s footsteps and Khan himself has determined an additional climbing boxer, Dylan Cheema, for Azim to struggle. Cheema boxed on the same invoice at the identical pounds as Azim at the Skydome Arena and Khan wishes to see the two go head to head in an enjoyable domestic showdown.

“You want to discover [Azim’s] future opponent. Who are you going to locate for him? That’s the tricky point since he is knocking anyone out. He is blasting absolutely everyone that will get set in entrance of him,” Khan told Sky Sports.

“Probably the Cheema combat is a good a person for him. I feel that would be a substantial a person. He’s sparring in opposition to the top men like Conor Benn, Joe Cordina, he’s performed nicely against them I listen to. He is incredibly unique. He will go much.”

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Amir Khan frequented the Azim’s shifting home just right before his most up-to-date fight.

“I would love that battle,” Azim responded. “I adore that fight. If Cheema wishes it, he can have it, it really is up to him. I know that he needs to go his have road. Perfectly carried out to him but I would love that combat of course, I don’t brain Cheema.”

Khan has superior anticipations for Azim’s long term, saying, “I think in a few of years’ time he could be a person of the youngest world champions coming out of Britain.”

Adam Azim was way too quickly, too strong and too very good for Anthony Loffet on Saturday in Coventry

“I gained a world title at 22, I believe he can do it at it’s possible 20, 21. Let us see you never know,” Khan continued.

“When I went to see him in the altering room, he was so comfortable and chilled out. Not numerous [young prospects] strike that tough, go that quick and have that pace. He is obtained so a lot confidence, he’s bought the velocity, he’s received the electric power, he’s obtained everything that a fighter requires. He’s only had 5 fights, back again-to-again knockouts. He’s pretty particular.”

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