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Amir Khan is set to end his amateur career next month against the man who denied him Olympic gold. Khan is hopeful of landing a rematch against Cuban Mario Kindelan in his last amateur fight, which has been confirmed for April 16 at the Reebok Stadium. The 18-year-old will soon sign professional terms with Frank Warren - who will promote the show in conjunction with Bury Amateur Boxing Club.
Kindelan - who has reversed a decision to retire after the Athens Games - has indicated he will be part of a Cuban team to meet a Four Nations line-up in Liverpool on April 8. And Warren hopes to persuade the Amateur Boxing Association to sanction Kindelan staying on to face Khan for a second time.
Amir Khan will resist talk of turning professional until he has sorted out his unfinished business with Mario Kindelan.
Khan is set to face the man who denied him Olympic gold in a special rematch at Bolton's Reebok Stadium on April 30. The contest is almost certain to be Khan's final amateur fight before he embarks on a paid career with promoter Frank Warren. But Khan and his team continue to insist that no deal has yet been finalised and refuse to rule out the possibility of competing in next year's Commonwealth Games.