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This has been the best year ever for British sport, with the Olympics and everything,” he concedes. “And I definitely thought it was going to be my year, too. Instead, I really did miss out.”
In his own fertile mind, Khan had daydreamed about putting the seal on the glorious 12 months by winning an end-of-year Las Vegas super fight, against, say, Floyd Mayweather. Instead, here he is, a mere afterthought in the year of years, beginning his ring comeback tonight with no great fanfare in a non-title feature against the unbeaten but unthreatening Carlos Molina in Los Angeles.

Yet Khan still feels humbled that it was the astonishing embrace of the London Olympic crowds which helped him to clamber back to his feet and take this first key step in the latest reinvention of his career following his shattering defeat by Danny Garcia in their world light-welterweight unification bout in July.
Khan had suffered that fourth-round hammering just a fortnight before the Games started, leaving more than a few critics speculating that this third loss, and second in succession after the controversial reverse to Lamont Peterson, might be career-ending. “It was a hard one to overcome at the time. I was feeling so bad, trying to come to terms with it all,” Khan concedes.

Yet a commentary spell with the BBC at the Games brought release from the self-recrimination for a man who had once been a teenage Olympic sensation himself. “I thought people would be upset with me and that I’d be losing fans, but it turned out to be the total opposite. The Olympic Park was crazy. Whenever I did interviews there, it was packed full of people, waving to me, cheering and wanting to shake my hand. Having the support of the British public at that time helped me get that confidence back. It made a massive difference, knowing there were so many people behind you, still supporting you.”

He felt the love throughout the astonishing sporting summer here, whether it be from the aspiring young fighters in the £1 million gym he built back home in Bolton or from the kids who he has been inspiring around the country with his involvement in the StreetGames community charity projects.

And they brought his smile back. There is something irrepressible about Khan; he offers an ebullient impression that his belief in himself has not diminished one iota. 2012 won’t be a wash out, he is adamant, because the Garcia defeat made him see with painful clarity where he was going wrong – too complacent, too swayed by the Los Angeles celebrity whirl and not focussed enough – and forced him to rebuild his sporting life more studiously.

So he ditched his illustrious trainer Freddie Roach, who he felt was not giving him his full care and attention, and turned to Virgil Hunter, the man who has guided the career of the exceptional Andre Ward, arguably the best pound for pound fighter in the world. Instead of Los Angeles, whose bright lights wooed him, Khan says he feels chilled and focussed in his new quieter San Francisco base.
“The lifestyle out here is slower, not so much going on but having fewer distractions has really helped me. Now, I just live and eat boxing. I wake up, I think about boxing. I go to sleep and all I think about the next day’s training. It’s exactly what I needed.” The result? “I’ve changed my style to become a more complete fighter.”
Utilising Hunter’s exhaustive attention to detail in breaking down and correcting defensive deficiencies, Khan says he will become more patient, more selective and accurate in his attacks, no longer to be drawn into macho toe-to-toe dust-ups when a more cerebral approach, with his technical skill and speed, suffices.
Whether in seething battle, he can be somehow persuaded to keep his head above the red mist so that his rare gifts can be used most effectively, remains the $64,000 question. If he can, Khan, for all the resurfacing of familiar doubts about his punch resistance emanating from the Garcia pummelling, is convinced he can still achieve his quest to be an all-time great.

“I feel like a battle-scarred veteran now, I really do, but I’m only 26, there’s so much more to achieve. My ultimate ambition is to be recognised as one of the great boxers of my generation.”
That superfight he dreamed of this year? Khan accepts there is a danger of looking too far ahead but cannot resist the thought that, this time next year, he could be handing the great Mayweather his first defeat. “I definitely believe in my heart of hearts that I can beat him and it’s all about timing in this game. Mayweather is dipping a little bit; he’s been in prison and I don’t think he’ll be the same. Time will tell. Time to catch him.”

So never mind 2012; next year is going to be another extraordinary whirl for one of Britain’s most important sports figures. Khan is getting married in May, will start up his own charitable foundation and begin running his own new promotions company. He believes the Amir Khan “brand” is strong enough not to need the legend “world champion” after his name but that title still means everything to him.
“Well, I’ve given the Olympians the chance to enjoy their sporting year,” Khan says with a smile. “Now, 2013 will be mine.”