Britain’s Amir Khan makes his return to the boxing ring this Saturday as he takes on Phil Lo Greco at the Echo Arena in Liverpool.
The 31-year-old has been absent from the ring for almost two years, where he had a stint in the I’m A Celebrity jungle.
Canadian Lo Greco, who knocked out the veteran Slawomir Ziemlewicz, to win the WBC International Welterweight Championship, has a 28-3 win record, including 15 knockouts.
Khan, who failed to dethrone Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez of his middleweight crown in May 2016, has a 31-4 win record with 19 knockouts.
Sky’s coverage gets underway at 7.00pm on Sky Sports Action.
Amir Khan vs Phil Lo Greco:
12 Rnds Super-Welterweight
Anthony Fowler v Ryan Toms:
8 Rnds Super-Welterweight
Natasha Jonas v Taoussy L’Hadji:
10 x 2min Rnds Super-Featherweight
Sam Eggington v Achilles Szabo:
10 Rnds Super-Welterweight
Conor Benn v Chris Truman:
6 Rnds Welterweight
Sean Dodd v Tommy Coyle:
Commonwealth Lightweight Title
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