Boxer Amir Khan and wife Faryal Makhdoom Khan spent £100,000 on their daughter Lamaisah's second birthday party.Read the full story ›
Amir Khan believes opponent Saul "Canelo" Alvarez knew he couldn't out-box him in their middleweight title fight, but admits the Mexican champion knocked him out clean.
Khan stepped up two weight divisions to fight the big-hitting Canelo, and says he will step down to his natural welterweight.
And Khan told our sports correspondent Chris Hall that Canelo should be allowed to face Gennady Golovkin the current unified middleweight champion in a fight boxing fans have been crying out for.
Amir Khan has come face-to-face with his next opponent Canelo Alvarez in Las Vegas.
Khan has gone up two weight divisions to fight Alvarez, who's regarded as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world.
But both men have been critical of Donald Trump, whose views on Muslims and Mexicans are dividing American politics.
Chris Hall reports.
ITV News has been speaking to Amir Khan ahead of Saturday's toughest fight of his career against WBC middleweight champion Saul Alvarez.Read the full story ›
Boxer Amir Khan, from Bolton, has vowed to dedicate himself to charity work after taking aid to refugeesRead the full story ›
Professional boxer Amir Khan has urged people to help support the thousands of refugees who are arriving in Europe everyday.
Speaking during his visit to a Syrian refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos the two-time former world champion said: "They have come here as refugees with nothing in their hand, with hardly any money, so we have to show our support and help these people."
An aid convoy organised by Bolton's former boxing champion Amir Khan has set off for Greece.Read the full story ›
Bolton boxer Amir Khan has recieved an honorary degree in his home town today.
He was presented with a Doctor of Science by the University of Bolton in recognition of his 'outstanding contribution to sport'.
Bolton boxer Amir Khan will recieve an honorary degree today. He'll be will be given a Doctor of Science degree by the University of Bolton in recognition of his 'outstanding contribution to sport and charity'.
Cricketer Sajid Mahmood, Former England netball player Tracey Neville and Dave Whelan, ex-footballer and Wigan Athletic owner are also among the sporting names being honoured at ceremonies this week.
Baroness Warsi is among the political figures to be awarded an honorary degree. She will be given a doctorate in Social Science for her 'outstanding contribution to politics'.