Amir Khan’s party-boy double life will catch up with him on September 8, says opponent Samuel Vargas

AMIR KHAN’S party-boy double life is going to catch up with him on September 8, according to opponent Samuel Vargas.

The devout Muslim and married father has faced multiple accusations of extramarital affairs behind the back of wife Faryal Makhdoom.

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And Colombia-born Canadian Vargas says he has seen the Bolton and Pakistan icon partying hard first-hand and will exploit his weakness.

Vargas told SunSport: “I’ve partied with Amir Khan in Toronto. He’s someone who lives a little bit of double life in a sense.

“He wears a nice suit and everyone knows he loves to party hard. That abuse isn’t going to be good in the ring. I’ve seen him party hard in Toronto. He’s been in the papers and magazines which say he did this or that, etc.

“Toronto is a fun city, it’s a crazy city and it has beautiful women. I met Khan here for the first time several years ago, four or five years ago. So, outside the ring he does have that side.”

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Khan heads into the Birmingham show on the back of rapid win over trash-talking Phil Lo Greco in September.

After two years out of the ring, the 31-year-old needed just 38 seconds to blow the mouthy Canadian out of the Liverpool Echo Arena.

But Vargas claims the bout was a set-up and the push-over opponent will have done King Khan more harm than good.

He said: “I will never compare myself to Phil Le Greco or anyone like that. Obviously, they gave Khan an opponent to elevate his own confidence. And this is why they gave him an easy opponent.

“The pre-fight situation was all a stage show, it was staged. Phil, you can tell, wasn’t being himself. He was putting on an act. I’m myself.

“He said several things which were fucked up. Hey, the guy (Phil) just embarrassed himself. He didn’t last a minute in the ring. Khan literally didn’t fight nobody. That’s really good for me.

“Once Khan tries to hit me and he thinks he’s fast I’m going to be on him and after the fourth or fifth round he’s going to think, “OK, it looks like he’s got something.

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“He’s going to be transported back to his defeats to Canelo and Breidis Prescott, all that’s going to come back.

“That’s how your brain works, it haunts you. And he’s going back to when he was beaten badly.

“And he’s going to be hurt and knocked out like he’s never been before. Those fights did him no favours at all.

“If he endured several rounds and exchanged shots and didn’t get so badly knocked out then that would have been a different story. He might as well hit the bag.”

AMIR KHAN’S party-boy double life is going to catch up with him on September 8, according to opponent Samuel Vargas.