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Wrestler Inam Butt asserts, “I can turn Azam Khan around in just three months”

Renowned national wrestler and holder of the Rustom-e-Pakistan title, Inam Butt, has boldly claimed that he can whip national cricketer Azam Khan into prime physical shape in a mere three months.

In an interview with a private television channel, Butt detailed a rigorous training program aimed at significantly reducing Khan’s weight while preserving his strength and enhancing his cricket performance.

Butt proposed that Khan undergo intensive training at the historic Gujranwala Akhara, where he would endure 5 to 6 hours of daily physical conditioning alongside professional wrestlers. This regimen, combined with a carefully monitored diet, could potentially help Khan shed 30 to 35 kilograms.

“Azam will need to commit to rigorous training for three months,” Butt emphasized. “With the right balance of exercise and diet, we can notably improve his fitness levels without compromising his strength.”

Azam Khan, a current member of Pakistan’s national cricket team, has faced growing criticism over his performance, widely attributed to his excessive weight. His struggles were particularly evident during the initial match of the T20 World Cup, where he was dismissed for a low score against the USA team.

However, Butt is confident that the proposed training will not only enhance Khan’s fitness but also elevate his cricketing prowess.

“After three months of intense training, Azam will be in the best shape of his life and primed to excel on the cricket field,” Butt asserted with conviction.

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