Name: Amir Khan
Alias: 'King Khan'
Birth Name: Amir Iqbal Khan
Hometown: Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Birthplace: Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record
Trainer: Oliver Harrison (2005-2008), Jorge Rubio (2008), Freddie Roach (2008-2012), Virgil Hunter (2012-2019), Joe Goossen (2018), Clarence (Bones) Adams (2019), Brian McIntyre (2021-)
Promoter: Frank Warren (2005-2010), Oscar De La Hoya (2010-2014), Eddie Hearn (2018)
- 2003 European Cadet Championships Gold medalist in Kaunas, Lithuania (60kg):
- 2004 European Championships participant in Pula, Croatia (60kg):
- Lost to Avtandil Kashia (Georgia) 20:29
- 2004 Strandja Cup (2nd European Olympic Qualifier) Gold medalist in Plovdiv, Bulgaria (60kg):
- 2004 Acropolis Cup (Pre-Olympic Tournament) participant in Athens, Greece (60kg):
- Lost to Mario Kindelan (Cuba) 13:33
- 2004 World Junior Championships Gold medalist in Jeju Island, South Korea (60kg):
- 2004 Summer Olympic Games Silver medalist in Athens, Greece (60kg)
- 2005 Fight Night (Cuba vs. England) winner in Bolton, England (64kg):
- Defeated Mario Kindelan 19:13
Regional & Minor Titles
- Commonwealth Boxing Council lightweight title
- WBO Inter-Continental lightweight title x2
- WBA International lightweight title
- interim WBC Silver super lightweight title
- WBA International welterweight title
- WBC Silver welterweight title
- WBC International welterweight title
- 6 opponents (3 by KO) beaten in world championship bouts.
- 6-4-0 (3 KO's) in world championship bouts.
- 11-5-0 (3 KO's) against former or current world champions:
- Defeated 3 undefeated opponents with ten or more bouts: Dmitriy Salita, Paul McCloskey & Carlos Molina.
- At age 17, Khan was the youngest British Olympic boxing medalist in history. Claimed record 89-10. In his autobiography Khan includes his complete record of 89-10 (31 KO’s).
- Khan is the older brother of fellow boxer Haroon Khan. Their parents immigrated to Great Britain from Pakistan.
- Khan won his first world title at the age of 22 years, 7 months and 10 days. He become Great Britain's third-youngest world champion after Naseem Hamed (21 years, 7 months and 18 days) and Herbie Hide (22 years, 6 months and 20 days)
- Khan lost the WBA Super World and IBF 140-pound titles to Lamont Peterson via 12-round split decision on December 10, 2011. They were scheduled to have a rematch on May 9, 2012, but it was canceled after Peterson tested positive for synthetic testosterone in a random urine test. Because Peterson admitted that testosterone pellets had been implanted in him shortly before the December fight, the WBA stripped Peterson and reinstated Khan as the Super World Super Lightweight Champion on July 11, 2012. However, the result of the fight was not changed, and Peterson remained the IBF champion. 
- Khan was shortly trained by Joe Goossen. He was brought in as a last minute replacement coach after his trainer Virgil Hunter was rushed to hospital with a sudden health scare.
- Has been knocked down 10 times in his career and 4 times has been knocked out.
|WBA Light Welterweight Champion
2009 Jul 18 – 2011 Jul 23
Marcos Rene Maidana
| IBF Light Welterweight Champion
2011 Jul 23 – 2011 Dec 10
| WBA Light Welterweight Champion
2012 Jun – 2012 Jul 14