‘Bambi Khan has fallen apart’ – Carl Froch tears into Amir Khan as he rekindles their feud by celebrating Khan’s loss to Kell Brook in an Instagram comment

Carl Froch has reignited his feud with Amir Khan by leaving an Instagram comment about his defeat at Kell Brook.

In February, the British welterweight rivals clashed in Manchester, with Brook dominating the fight and winning by sixth-round stoppage.

Khan and Froch don’t get along well

Reflecting on their 2022, BOXXER promoters posted a video looking back at the event.

Froch took the opportunity to leave a heartbreaking comment on Khan accordingly.

He wrote below the video: “Probably the best beatdown I’ve seen live.

“Bambi Khan collapsed in the first round and then ended up being saved by the sympathetic referee.

“It’s great to see Kell stepping down with a big salary after what must have been such a satisfying win for him.

“I’ve been there, so I know what I’m saying.”

Brook stopped Khan in the sixth round

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Brook stopped Khan in the sixth round

It is not the first time that bitterness has arisen between the couple.

Last year, when Brook’s victory over Khan actually happened, Froch had a lot to say in reaction.

At the time, he was working for Sky on the punditry and again claimed that Khan’s “legs were turning to Bambi” and that he was “seriously injured” before urging him to retire.

These comments sparked a reaction from Khan’s wife, Faryal Makhdoom, who posted a damning response on social media.

Froch reignited the feud several months later

Carl Froch – Instagram

Froch reignited the feud several months later

She tweeted: “I rarely speak ill of anyone but I can’t stand Carl Froch. Just rude and annoying.

“I wonder if it bothers him that Khan made more money than him.”

Froch responded by telling Boxing Social, “I didn’t do anything at all.

“All I did was burst out laughing and then go on with my day.”

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