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It has been nearly six month since the Khan - Peterson fight, but it is still one of the most talked about things in the sport. Like any subject, it is the bad news that grabs the most headlines in boxing, and Lamont Peterson's recent failed drug test has given writers more column space than a Floyd Mayweather 24/7 episode. 

It is time to move on from that. Details about the story are going to drag on for a while longer - like if Khan will get back his titles, or if Lamont will face a ban - but we at least have some boxing to look forward to. Amir, annoyed that all his recent training has gone to waste, has scheduled a world title fight with Danny Garcia.

Garcia is the WBC world champion, a title he won when he scored a decision victory over Erik Morales in March. By beating Morales, Garcia built on the promise that his then-twenty-two fight unbeaten record showed, and he announced himself as a world-level light welterweight player.

Despite his talents, Garcia is a much easier fight for Khan and more suited to his style than Peterson was. I get the feeling that Khan grossly underestimated Peterson before their last fight, and that he saw Lamont as a stepping stone to hop over before making his move to welterweight. Hopefully he won't make the same mistake of discounting Garcia, because although I make Khan the favourite, this is no open-and-shut case.

The best thing that could happen to this fight is that Khan gets his titles back, which would then make this a bout for the light welterweight WBA, WBC and IBF world titles. The winner would only be one belt away from the full set, and a unified division champion would be a great thing to have.

Khan and Garcia fight on July 14th