Several thieves were in for a surprise Monday when they tried to steal the car of professional boxer Amir Khan in Birmingham, England.
According to the Telegraph, the Olympic silver medalist was with his brother Haroon, who is also a professional boxer, when at least six men tried to block them with a 4x4 car.
A brawl ensued that sounds like it was staged in Hollywood. Despite being outnumbered by four, the Khan brothers took on the thieves and knocked them out one by one.
"One slapped Amir and clipped him on the lip but Amir pulled back and knocked him out cold," a witness told the Sun.
Amir and Haroon were in a $160,000 Range Rover.
The brothers' father, Shah, told the Birmingham Mail that he wished his sons would have handled the situation differently, but he is glad no one got hurt.
"You should walk away, turn away. It takes a bigger man to not get involved," Shah said. "But they are OK, and everyone is OK."
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