Boxer Amir “King” Khan Knocks Out Thieves Attempting To Steal His Range Rover


English Boxer Amir “King” Khan was involved in a 5 man robbery attempt with his brother Haroon, the thieves tried to steal the boxers range rover.

Bystanders recant the story to The Sun:

“These guys tried to jump Amir and his brother but they picked on the wrong blokes. They parked their car in front of the Range Rover. At least one had a [weapon]. One slapped Amir and clipped him on the lip but Amir pulled back and knocked him out cold,” said the witness. “Then five of them went for Amir and Haroon – but they stood their ground and these guys got dropped one by one. They left these men with cuts and bruises but all they were doing was defending their property.”

The Khan brothers impressed a lot of people but one important person, their father. Shan Khan thought his sons should have been the bigger men.

“You should walk away, turn away,” Shah Khan told the Birmingham Mail. “It takes a bigger man to not get involved. But they are OK and everyone is OK.”

I think thats the first time I heard a father react that way, usually fathers are proud their sons used their hands instead of weapons. Either way, their father has great morals and thats always a great quality.


H/T: Sports By Colin 

9 thoughts on “Boxer Amir “King” Khan Knocks Out Thieves Attempting To Steal His Range Rover

  • Thanks for any other excellent post. Where else may just anybody get that type of information in such an ideal approach of writing? I have a presentation subsequent week, and I’m on the look for such info.

  • Hey dude. what kind of wordpress theme are you working with? i want it to work with on my weblog as well “

  • My wife and i were absolutely more than happy Louis could finish up his web research using the ideas he got using your blog.
    It is now and again perplexing to just possibly be giving out secrets
    that many some other people may have been trying to sell. We really grasp we’ve got the website owner to thank because of that. All of the illustrations you made, the straightforward website navigation, the friendships you will make it possible to create – it’s mostly remarkable, and
    it’s letting our son in addition to our family understand the content is brilliant, and that’s quite pressing.
    Thank you for everything!

Comments are closed.