Amir Khan won his make-or-break fight against Carlos Molina in Los Angeles to get his boxing career back on track.
Khan earned a comprehensive win with a 10th round stoppage of previously unbeaten American Molina in a light-welterweight contest.
Khan dominated every round and referee Jack Reiss waved off the fight at the end of the 10th following another one-sided round.
"I thought I stuck to my game plan, which meant sticking to my jab," Khan said.
"Carlos took some really good shots and was still coming forward, and that's when I thought to myself I'd better stick to this game plan."
After picking up a much-needed win, Khan turned his attention towards setting up a rematch against the last man to beat him, who was sitting ringside.
"In that fight, he caught me with a good shot but I'll fight Danny Garcia again, anytime anywhere," he said.