Found October 09, 2012 on Sports by Colin:
PLAYERS: Amir Khan
Amir “King” Khan and his younger brother, Haroon, successfully managed to fight off armed thugs trying to steal the former titlist’s expensive Range Rover yesterday morning in Birmingham, England. A witness to the incident detailed to the Sun how the … Continue reading →
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