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Amir, Faryal, expecting third public fight

British-Pakistani boxer Amir Khan and his wife Faryal Makhdoom are reportedly expecting the third public fight of their rocky marriage, which has come under visible strain in the past few months.

In a surprising turn of events, the couple announced (over twitter obviously) that they would soon be embroiled in perhaps their greatest and most publicised falling out yet.

Earlier, it had widely been expected by facebook analysts and twitter experts that their feud had run its course, what with Amir announcing he was leaving Faryal, partying with an Instagram star in Dubai, followed by Faryal pulling off a Naeem ul Haq and saying the tweets she had sent out in reply came, in fact, from hackers.

However the fashinoista wife of the former world champion showed that she had one last card up her sleeve when she announced she was pregnant, which would indicate that their public fights were set to continue for much longer.

“Alhamdulillah! Expecting my second child and third public fight with Amir Khan! Bring it on honey.” read Faryal’s twitter announcement.

Reacting to the news, Amir’s brother told ‘The Dependent’ that this was not going to be like the previous fights.

“This time it ain’t gonna be family feuds and monster-in-law stories, it’ll be custody battles, paternity tests and brutal smear campaigns,” he added.

Acting quickly in response to Faryal’s surprise ambush, Amir also set up campaign headquarters for the coming wars, and is reportedly consulting with his lawyers to bring a paternity test into play.

Meanwhile, the only comment Amir Khan was willing to give ‘The Dependent’ was “this time the gloves are coming off,” before he began smiling and asking this reporter for validation for his bad pan.

‘The Dependent’ holds that no such validation was given in the interest of journalistic integrity.

Meanwhile in reaction to the news, the offices of Mangobaaz simultaneously exploded with chants of #TeamFaryal.

According to inside sources speaking to ‘The Dependent,’ this one is going to get ugly.

The Dependent

The above piece is a work of satire and does not present itself as the truth.