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Betting Shop: Twitter results favour Khan to take on Mayweather
By Andrew Scott Monday, 17 February 2014 11:21
Pay per head sportsbooks learned that Mayweather wanted his fans on Twitter to help him decide whether to take on Khan or Marcos Maidana in his next bout this spring.
And many people with a betting site saw that even though Maidana took an early lead, Khan appealed to his own followers and he accordingly finished with a reported 60 percent of the vote.
Pay per head sportsbooks remember that back in 2010, Khan was able to beat Maidana in a humdinger, but as the former was inactive since he struggled to defeat Julio Diaz last April, betting shops can see that Maidana is coming off an impressive win over the previously unbeaten Adrien Broner.
Khan left the talks to take on Devon Alexander in December when it was very clear that he was in the running to turn into Mayweather’s next opponent, something that many people with a betting site would really like to see.
This could happen even though he suffered back-to-back losses to Lamont Peterson and Danny Garcia, the latter of which is still very fresh in the memory of pay per head sportsbooks and many people with a betting site.
But betting shops believe that Khan’s fast hands could create more problems for Mayweather than the Argentine.
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Betting shops and price per head services saw that last month, Khan said that he signed a contract to fight the world’s undisputed pound-for-pound number one boxer, and was waiting for Mayweather to respond.
Pay per head sportsbooks and betting shops all over the world can’t wait see who Mayweather will take on next, and if it happens to be Khan, fans everywhere know that they’ll be in for a treat. Developments on who will next face Mayweather will be very closely followed.