Khan, 26, got his career back on track with a stunning victory over Carlos Molina at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena.
U.K. boxer Amir Khan rebounded from two straight losses by defeating previously unbeaten Californian Carlos Molina in Los Angeles on Saturday night.
Molina was withdrawn from the non-title contest by his corner after the 10th round.
Amir Khan fractured both his hands during his one-sided victory over unheralded Californian Carlos Molina in Los Angeles, but insisted that would not stop him targeting revenge against Danny Garcia in his next fight.
Garcia stopped Khan in the fourth round of their world title fight in July and the Englishman is desperate for a rematch, but his new trainer, Virgil Hunter, may put a block on the contest after he told The Telegraph on Sunday that his charge “does not understand how to fight on the inside”.
“I’d love the rematch against Garcia because I know deep down I’m a better fighter than him,” Khan said having forced a 10th-round retirement after putting Molina through the mill.
“I made a mistake in that fight and I paid for that. I know I can beat him, especially with the help of my new trainer Virgil Hunter and being based in San Francisco. I’ll knock Danny Garcia out. We want the rematch – anytime, anywhere – but I don’t think Garcia will.”
It followed defeats in his previous two fights, the last by Garcia, who stopped the Bolton puncher in four brutal rounds back in July. The American now tops Khan’s wish-list for his next fight — but it will come at a price.
The win takes Khan’s record to 27-3.