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You know by now that Khan vs Peterson, originally scheduled for May 19th, is off. In case you didn't, Lamont Peterson failed a drugs test and they couldn't save the fight. Amir Khan is justifiably annoyed and he has decided to take a few weeks away from boxing to simmer down. He will be back quite soon though; his next date is June 30th.

We don't know who he is going to face yet, but there are some people we can rule out simply because they have recently fought, or will be fighting soon. These are Manny Pacquiao, Timothy Bradley, Floyd Mayweather, Brandon Rios and Mike Alvarado. This leaves us with four fighters that a) are available and b) would be a good fit for a world title fight.

The first two are fighters that Khan has been in the ring with before – Zab Judah and Marcos Maidana. Both of them lost out to Amir, but both are coming off the back of big fights. Judah recently gave Vernon Paris his first loss in a IBF title eliminator, and Maidana lost a unanimous decision in February to Devon Alexander. Given how Maidana rocked him in their last fight, I doubt Khan will want to meet him again. Judah, however, is the mandatory IBF challenger and Khan had no trouble beating him last time. Let's keep Judah in mind, he's a candidate.

Next up we have Juan Manuel Marquez. The three-division world champion lost a razor thin decision to Manny Pacquiao last year, and his pursuits of a rematch have come to nothing. ESPN recently reported that Marquez is looking for a fight with Zab Judah, whereas Larry Merchant thinks that Erik Morales is the best option for him. Whoever he fights, I don't think it will be Amir Khan.

Lastly we have Danny Garcia. The undefeated twenty-four year old scored a decision win over Erik Morales in March and won the WBC title in the process. His name doesn't carry the fame of Judah or Marquez, or indeed Maidana, but an Amir Khan vs Danny Garcia fight has something awesome going for it – there would be three world titles up for grabs. Name me one fighter who could resist taking a fight like that. As well as that, both of them will be thinking this is winnable.

Plus, imagine this. Khan beats Garcia and grabs three light welterweight belts. The last belt, the one that rules them all and in the darkness binds them, is held by Timothy Bradley. We could get an Amir Khan vs Timothy Bradley fight to unify all four light welterweight belts.

For this reason, I think Amir Khan fights Danny Garcia next.