Amir Khan’s Wife Faryal Makhdoom: Wedding Pictures Of Newlywed Couple
Amir Khan may not be on top of the boxing world like he probably hoped he would be by now, but that does not stop him from being a very happy man. The 26-year-old boxer had a wedding over the weekend where he married his now wife Faryal Makhdoom. Pictures of the ceremony were all over Hello! Magazine on Wednesday.
We cannot find a lot of details about Faryal Makhdoom, but we can tell from the pictures that she is a very attractive young lady. She is reportedly a US student who shares the same Pakistani background as the British boxer.
You can see a ton of pictures by clicking here. There are a ton of photos from their wedding ceremony and also plenty of general pics of the couple.
According to reports, Amir Khan and Faryal Makhdoom have been engaged since 2011 when the boxer proposed to her with a $160K ring in hand.
Just recently Amir Khan moved up to welterweight in hopes of landing a blockbuster fight against Floyd Mayweather. If those pictures of his wedding are any indication, he probably needs the money pretty badly. It looks like he did not shy away from expenses when planning the ceremony.
As we speculated the other day, if Khan doesn't get a fight against Mayweather, he could look for a fight against his former friend Manny Pacquiao. Either way, it is apparent that Khan is looking to cash in with a big money fight.
As a professional fighter, Khan has always had a ton of talent. Unfortunately, he was not blessed with a very good chick which usually leads to him getting knocked down at least once in every single fight he has. Against elite boxers, his chin usually gets him in trouble and is the reason he ultimately finds himself on the losing end.
With all of that said, we certainly wish Amir Khan and his wife Faryal Makhdoom nothing but the best. Hopefully they have a very long and healthy marriage.
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