Amir Khan will not box behind closed doors amid virus risk
LONDON: former world champion Amir khan has said he won't fight behind closed doors if boxing resume during coronavirus outbreak.
British officials are considering July as a possible return date for the fighting, although these would take place in the first instance with no spectators at the locations.
Although there is a lot of money, I couldn't do it because I need the fan base there, British boxer Khan told the BBC on Saturday.
I have three children. I already do a lot in sports and I feel that I prefer to be 100 percent safe before going back in, explained the 33-year-old.
themomentyouhitsomeonewithashot,salivawillfallonyou; sweat will fall on you. When you hit someone, there will be blood flying from you and coming at you.
I feel like it's going to be very dangerous.