|Haroon "Harry" Khan|
|Rated at||Super flyweight|
|Born||Bolton, Greater Manchester, England|
|Wins by KO||1|
|Competitor for Pakistan|
He is the younger brother of former WBA and IBF World Light Welterweight Champion Amir Khan and is the first cousin of English cricketer Sajid Mahmood, related through a Paternal grandfather, Lal Khan, who came to England after being discharged from the Pakistan Army 
Prior to boxing, Khan played football for his local club before the club was eventually shut down. Khan supports his local football team Bolton Wanderers and he also enjoys Indian Premier League cricket. His all time favorite boxer is Oscar De La Hoya.
Khan took up boxing through watching his older brother prevail at the sport as a youngster, as an amateur, he fought in the Bantamweight class where he held 66 wins and 19 losses. Khan has previously won the Junior ABA Championships once and Junior Four Nations Challenge twice.
2010 Commonwealth Games
The highlight of his Amateur career came when he qualified for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi following a defeat over Tanzanian boxer Sunday Elias with a blow to the head in the third round.
Khan chose to represent Pakistan after being overlooked by the Team GB selectors in favor of Andrew Selby, who he went onto beat in the quarter finals, and was thus guaranteed a medal before losing out to the eventual gold medalist, Indian boxer Suranjoy Singh. He became one of two Pakistanis to win a bronze-medal for boxing in the 2010 Commonwealth Games, the other being Muhammad Waseem. Several other combatants managed to gain medals for Khan's team Pakistan at the 2010 Commonwealth Games including 2x Gold and 1x Silver for Wrestling.
2012 Olympics ban
Khan was banned by the International Boxing Association (AIBA) from representing Pakistan in World Amateur Boxing Championships, a qualifier to the 2012 Olympics, as he prepared for the tournament because he had represented for England as a youth even though he gained Pakistani citizenship in 2010. His father tried to appeal the ban but failed to have it lifted.
Professional boxing record
|2 Wins (1 knockouts, 1 decisions), 0 Losses (0 knockouts, 0 decisions), 0 Draws|
|Win||2-0||Vincente Medellin||KO||1||2013-05-19||Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey||American Debut|
|Win||1-0||Brett Fidoe||UD||4||2013-04-27||Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire||Professional Debut|
-  CWG official website. Retrieved 5 October 2010.
- Commonwealth Games 2010: Amir Khan's brother Haroon makes strong start in boxing Telegraph. Retrieved 5 October 2010.
- Result qualification CWG official website. Retrieved 5 October 2010.
- Haroon Khan opted to box for Pakistan after England snub The London News.Net 29 September 2010
- Haroon Khan earns bragging rights after beating rival Andrew Selby Telegraph. Retrieved 12 July 2012.
- Haroon Assured Of Medal In Commonwealth Games WCCO 9 Oct 2010 5:10 am US/Central