on 14 November 2006
this 53 minute documentary combines footage of Amir's olympic and pro fights with footage of him training and relaxing outside the ring.his determination and discipline come through strongly.there are lighter moments such as when he visits a kebab shop in bolton and the anecdote of the old lady who sent him a tenner in the post.what comes across also is how great a role model he is for bringing people of all cultures together.the fact that he is so personable,likeable and modest makes you wish by the end of the dvd that he will achieve his goal of being world champion.this is a nice item for fans to own.
on 24 January 2007
I can't say anything bad about the DVD or Amir Khan is general. Cos as the DVD shows you he is a really great guy modest and hard working. The main problem I had with the DVD was that is did not tell you much about boxing aspect. It would have been cool to see some of the training that Amir does through in the gym. I understand some trainers do not like to share their techniques, but something to show how he did achieve what he did. Aside from that if you are an Amir Khan fan I recommend you get it simply to get a look at his personal life.