Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan live stream, ESPN PPV price, fight card, start time, date
All the info you need to catch the battle between Crawford and Khan on Saturday in MSG
The WBO welterweight title is on the line on Saturday night from Madison Square Garden when champion Terence "Bud" Crawford takes on Amir Khan. There will be plenty of interest in the action with both fighters drawing major intrigue in the lead up to the fight.
Crawford (34-0, 25 KOs) earned the WBO welterweight title in June 2018 when he disposed of Jeff Horn, and he returned to the ring the following October to defend his title against Joseph Benavidez Jr, earning a 12th-round TKO victory. Khan (33-4, 20 KOs) may not provide the biggest threat to Crawford in this WBO welterweight title matchup on Saturday night in Madison Square Garden, but it's a potentially huge name that Crawford can add to his already-impressive resume.
Also on the card are a pair of fast rising prospects in Shakur Stevenson and Teofimo Lopez. Stevenson has called out just about every opponent in the featherweight division while Lopez feels he's one win away from getting his shot at P4P great Vasiliy Lomachenko.
Below is all the information you need to catch the big fight in Madison Square Garden on Saturday night.
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Crawford vs. Khan main card viewing info
Date: Saturday, April 20
Time: 9 p.m. ET | Location: Madison Square Garden -- New York City
Live stream: FITE TV | TV channel: ESPN PPV | PPV price: $69.99
Crawford vs. Khan main card, odds
Terence Crawford (c) -1250
Amir Khan +600
WBO welterweight title
|Shakur Stevenson -1429||Christopher Diaz +650||Featherweight|
Teofimo Lopez -5000
Edis Tatli +1200
Felix Verdejo -190
Bryan Vasquez +150
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