May 14, 2010, - 4:31 pm

Had Enough?: USA Today Whines Over Muslim Boxer’s Visa to US

By Debbie Schlussel

If you follow boxing as I do, you know that most Muslim boxers (not talking Mike Tyson here) are a lot of bluster, but not very skilled.  There was “Prince” Naseem Hamed, a runty Muslim from Great Britain, who frequently appeared on cards in the Detroit area.  The tiny Hamed had the WBO featherweight title, but the key word is “featherweight.”  The guy was a lightweight in many ways, not just physically.

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Muslim Amir Khan Fights Paulie Malignaggi

Now, there is Amir Iqbal Khan, a Pakistani Muslim also from Great Britain, who will make his American fight against Brooklyn native Paul Malignaggi, Saturday Night on HBO (9:45 p.m. Eastern Time), for the WBA light welterweight title, which Khan now holds.

I’m rooting for Malignaggi for obvious reasons, even though he dresses and acts like a character on MTV’s “Jersey Shore” (or thinks he’s the White Flava Flav), has ridiculous guybrows, and will probably lose.  I was bummed when Khan TKO’d Orthodox-rabbi-in-training Dmitry Salita.  And I note USA Today’s very “interesting” coverage  of the upcoming fight.  Where, normally, the newspaper rarely mentions the words “Muslim” or “Islam” in negative stories about Muslims, especially those about immigration and Islamic terrorism, it’s different when the paper finds a way to promote Muslims and whine about our lighter than light welterweight immigration system.  The world, “Muslim” is the fourth in the article.  The whining comes shortly thereafter:

The last British Muslim boxer to make his U.S. debut at New York’s Madison Square Garden was flamboyant featherweight Prince Naseem Hamed, who in 1997 was knocked down in the first round by Kevin Kelley before stopping the American in the fourth round to retain his WBO 126-pound belt.

British phenom Amir Khan (22-1, 16 KOs) will try to follow in Hamed’s footsteps Saturday night (HBO live, 9:45 ET) when he makes his American debut against Brooklyn native Paul Malignaggi in a 12-round battle for Khan’s WBA light welterweight title in the Theater at the Garden.

Khan had trouble securing a visa and had to train for a couple of weeks in Vancouver before getting it last week.

So sad, too bad.

It’s bad enough that nearly every Muslim who tries gets a visa into the U.S.  It’s why we have so many Muslim illegal aliens and visa overstayers, like the Pakistani Muslim men who helped Times Square would-be bomber Faisal Shahzad.  Now, we have sports “reporters” like USA Today’s Bob Velin, whining about yet another Pakistani Muslim man having to wait a whopping whole two weeks for his visa here and being forced to train in the third world destitution of Vancouver until then.  That the guy throws punches for a living doesn’t mean he should get a fast track into the U.S. I don’t put anything past any of them. If you do because one of them is a pro boxer, you’ve failed my intelligence test for who is capable of Islamic terrorism and other related “Religion of Peace” thuggery.

Watch the video of this punk, Khan, talking trash about the fight. Then watch this video of him in a combo of “Pimp Mohammed’s Ride” and “Yo, Muslim Cribs!”:

Exit questions:  How much of Amir Khan’s boxing money goes to zakat [Islamic charity] financing terrorism?  How much goes to finance the mosque he attends and what is preached there?

And don’t watch for this guy to denounce Islamic terrorist groups.

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30 Responses

If he beat Salita, Khan can’t be too bad a boxer.

I agree with your comment about the whining. When Muslims commit acts of terrorism, the word “Muslim” rarely ever enters the text of the story.

There is NO Santa Claus on May 14, 2010 at 4:36 pm

Amir Khan hits back at Paulie Malignaggi after doping accusations

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2010/may/14/amir-khan-paulie-malignaggi

Khan looks like he has been taking some PEDs. His head is about 40 percent bigger than it was a couple of years ago. It’s my opinion he is guilty as an natural athlete recovering from major elbow surgery and a gym lifelong rat who can spot a user of PEDs a mile away by unnatural physical changes in the body and recovery time i.e Tiger Woods and Barry Bonds. For the last 4 months the temptation has been very hard not to use something like HGH to recover quickly and get back on the diamond, bow hunt, and play golf within the next year. Like I said it’s just my suspicion that he is using PEDs, and his “religion” does not help his case.

BTW after watching the Cribs video I cannot believe a light-welterweight has all that money and wealth at 22-1. I’d like to see names of “friends” that send him such expensive gifts.

I will laugh my ass off if “Guybrows” catches him on the blind and he wakes up to smelling salts.

Soyphobia on May 14, 2010 at 6:27 pm

People who idolize violent men should stop complaining about terrorism.

From The Orifice of Family Character on May 14, 2010 at 9:22 pm

    You have all the moral discernment of a three-year-old. I suppose you would also conflate marital sex and rape?

    man_in_tx on May 14, 2010 at 10:57 pm

prince naseem was not that bad and this character may be pretty good too

but i like pauly so go pauly he is from brooklyn so he is the real deal jersey shore kids just copy a look

drew299 on May 14, 2010 at 10:26 pm

debbie what about the iron sheek ?? u need spell check on here

drew299 on May 14, 2010 at 10:28 pm

@Drew I love the Iron Sheik. HaHa I hated him as kid but met him recently. I want Paulie to win. I did like watching Prince Naseem talk trash and his crazy entrances. You couldnt help but hate him. He played the bad guy perfecly.

Carlos Ortiz on May 15, 2010 at 1:06 am

@soyphobia Yea he does look like he is on GH.

Carlos Ortiz on May 15, 2010 at 1:16 am

paulys guido look does annoy me though

Carlos Ortiz on May 15, 2010 at 1:18 am

You are such a vile person. You hate all Muslims. Amir is a great fighter and has done a lot for his community. He has spoken out against terrorists and pays his respect to Brit soldiers.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/othersports/boxingandmma/4990271/Amir-Khan-pays-respect-to-army-heroes.html

You are such a disgusting, butter faced animal.

Jake on May 15, 2010 at 1:43 am

    @Jake
    Read your own posted article. Your boy never said anything publicly! A SPOKESMAN made the statement of treating returning soldiers with respect. Get off his nuts.

    samurai on May 15, 2010 at 2:06 am

I’m not a fan of Moslems what so ever, but are you seriously rooting for the other guy because Khan is a Muslim?

I bet you think Muhammed Ali is one of the worst boxers ever.

_ on May 15, 2010 at 4:12 am

Ali received a host of gift decisions. He was good, but the trouble he caused with his anti white message is still felt today. To hell with him.

samurai on May 15, 2010 at 12:14 pm

Paulie Malignaggi or Pauly Shore? :)
http://www.mattresspolice.com/images/pauly_shore_demon.jpg

Rooting for Paulie because he’s NOT muslim?
YUP, you got it!

theShadow on May 15, 2010 at 1:24 pm

Boxing is too violent for me. I prefer auto racing. :+)

In all seriousness, I’m a big fan of the Golden Gloves amateur boxing league. It’s good boxing and the spirit of sportsmanship is quite high. If you’ve never been to a Golden Gloves championship night I highly recommend it. There are two franchises in Michigan: the Detroit franchise and the Michigan franchise which covers everything outside of Wayne and Monroe County.

There is NO Santa Claus on May 15, 2010 at 9:24 pm

I prefer the lightweight matches over the heavyweights in boxing most of the time. I like that fast and furious match over the usually dragged out heavyweight fights.
I haven’t really watched a fight in a long time though. I lost the taste for a good fight when I saw one on HBO with Sugar Ray
(sorry but I can’t remember his opponent at this moment)
All through the fight Sugar was getting pounded like a total has been but when he finally got a decent shot at his opponent the Ref stopped the fight and declared SRL the winner.
…Fixed?…..nah, no way…

theShadow on May 15, 2010 at 10:06 pm

If people think that video is ‘trash talking’ then clearly they need to get out of their apartments more often. It looks to me like yet another pathetic attempt to make boxing the sport of clowns and gamblers. Khan looks embarrassed to be uttering those barely rehearsed and stage managed lines.

Exit questions: How much of Amir Khan’s boxing money goes to zakat [Islamic charity] financing terrorism? How much goes to finance the mosque he attends and what is preached there?
I see you frame this as a question, but assume you think you know what the answer is. Do you have any evidence or is it just bigotry that fuels your husk of a life?

Looks like Khan won btw here’s a picture of Muhammad celebrating:

(((:~{>

weavehole on May 16, 2010 at 1:04 am

Eat it bitch, Khan f***ed your Jewboy up and this wanna-be thug.

KS: You stay classy. F-word edited with asterisks by me. DS

Kazan Smith on May 16, 2010 at 12:36 pm

you vile pathetic little cow. I thought Hitler was dead, he just re-incarnated as you! How long did Salita last?? hahahahahha

j. Bro on May 16, 2010 at 4:15 pm

KHAN BEAT THE HELL OUT OF YOUR BOY!!

SUCCESS is the best revenge and Amir Khan keeps getting bigger and bigger….

You keep typing away in your parent’s basement while Amir Khan keeps KOing the biggest names in boxing and making millions.

Life is so sweet sometimes….

ast234 on May 17, 2010 at 11:06 am

jews are never boxers, because they are cowards that make money in the background doing nothing. Stuff like promotions, managing, and scheming. Jewface men have the body of little girls.

Jewnose on May 17, 2010 at 8:26 pm

what a dipshit – schulssel? fucking utilize google, huh? khan was quite outspoken about muslim extremists after the 2007 london bombings. remember: google… it’s your friend.

yeah yeah yeah on May 18, 2010 at 12:17 am

In your world, all Muslims are clearly terrorists. So what about the final solution then, Debbie? You gonna chip in for the gas chambers?

Bonza on May 26, 2010 at 2:05 am

The way you talk about it, you made it sound like they made a big deal about it.

They just mentioned it.

They were talking about the match, and it’s relative to the story.

Of course, Debbie wouldn’t know anything about being relevant to the story, or anything about being a proper journalist for that matter.

Anonymous on August 3, 2010 at 12:11 am

debbie u can s**k khans d**k if he offers u money n promotion thats 4 sure coz u have a shit life n feel 2 jealous for his greatness

rizwan khan on November 6, 2011 at 3:33 pm

debbie u can s**k khans d**k if he offers u money n promotion thats 4 sure coz u have a shit life n feel 2 jealous for his geatness

rizwan khan on November 6, 2011 at 3:33 pm

debbie who the hell u think u r, i can guarantee what rizwan has said u can do it
u r a pro****** n hav a big mouth only for s***ing

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