The Good Amir Khan: Well that didn’t turn out as expected. Along with alot of other boxing fans I was anticipating Saturdays fight between Amir Khan and Zab Judah in what figured to be a competitive match-up. Unfortunately that didn’t happen as Amir Khan was in control of the fight from begining to end while Judah brought next to nothing to the dance. Khan used his reach advantage and peppered Judah from distance with jabs and straight rights over and over. As for Zab, he did little aside from throwing a counter left that rarely found it’s mark. The fight would end under unusual circumstances in round 5 as Khan hit Judah just below the beltline dropping Zab. Referee Vic Drakulich would proceed to reach the 10 count with no effort by Zab to get up. Judah protested the stoppage immediately believing he had been fouled but it was for naught as Khan would be declared the winner. Numerous replays showed the punch in question appeared to hit Judah in the abdomen as opposed to his balls, for lack of a better term. Either way it’s hard to envision the fight ending in any other fashion than Khan emerging victorious as he was doing more damage to Judah as the fight wore on, evidenced by Zabs face which was bloodied. Credit goes to Khan for having a good gameplan and sticking to it which lead to his most impressive win to date. Bigger and better things lay ahead for the IBF and WBA junior welterweight champion including a potential bout with Timothy Bradley to determine who is the top dog in the 140 pound division. As for Zab Judah, we’ll get back to him shortly.