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Amir Khan's Angry Young Men

Olympic silver medalist Amir Khan defies stereotypes. Not many British Muslims are celebrated as heroes but the televised fights of this 20-year-old boxer command audiences of millions.

Now he has decided to give something back. Over four intensive weeks, Amir and his team take six young men with a history of violent behaviour, and use the discipline of boxing to try to channel their aggression and turn their lives around. Amir Khan also introduces the men to the values of his family and faith, to give them a sense of right and wrong. It's an opportunity none of them can afford to miss. This is their last chance to get off the track that leads to prison or death on the streets.

Broadcasting Station: Channel 4

Amir Khan (boxer) Wikipedia

Amir Iqbal Khan (Punjabi/Urdu: عامر اقبال خان) (born 8 December 1986) is a British boxer from Bolton, Greater Manchester, England. He became the WBA World light-welterweight champion after defeating Andreas Kotelnik on 18 July 2009 at the age of 22, making him Britain's third-youngest world champion after Naseem Hamed and Herbie Hide.

Olympic medal record: Silver, 2004 Athens, Lightweight

Professional Record: 22 Wins (16 knockouts, 6 decisions), 1 Loss
Commonwealth Lightweight Champion
WBO Inter-Continental Lightweight Champion
WBA International Lightweight Champion
WBO Inter-Continental Lightweight Champion
WBA World Light-Welterweight Champion
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