CRAWFORD VS. KHAN WBO BOXING RESULTS | KNOCKED THE F OUT BOXING PODCAST...
Published April 21 2019 By Chuck P of WrestlingWithWrestling.Com
Welcome to #KnockedTheFOut Podcast#12! On this episode Chuck P and Carl Cleveland talk about the results from two main event boxing showdowns.
The first being Adrian Granados vs Danny "Swift" Garcia and Amir Kahn vs WBO Welterweight Champion of the world Terence "Bud" Crawford. Was Danny "Swift enough" for Granados?? Did Amir achieve the impossible??
Or did Bud Crawford prove why he is still one of the two welterweights no one wants smoke with?
Find out as #ChuckP "C-Ville's Finest" and #CarlCleveland let's you know how things went down last night. 🥊🥊
#WBO #TerenceCrawford vs. #AmirKhan #CrawfordVsKhan
WBO: Terence Crawford, considered one of the pound-for-pound best boxers in the world, will get back into the ring to put his WBO welterweight championship on the line against challenger Amir Khan.
The welterweight title showdown will take place at Madison Square Garden in New York City, and will serve as the first venture for Top Rank Boxing on an ESPN pay-per-view platform.
The main card festivities are slated to get started at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN PPV. Crawford (34-0, 25 KOs) will be making his first appearance in a ring in 2019. Last year,
Crawford captured the WBO welterweight title with a convincing ninth-round TKO victory over Jeff Horn in June, and he followed that championship victory up in October with a final-round TKO win over Joseph Benavidez Jr. to retain.
Khan (33-4, 20 KOs) enters this title challenge on a two-fight winning streak since he was decimated by Canelo Alvarez in May 2016, but as you'd expect, he's a pretty sizable underdog in this one as he faces one of the absolute best boxing has to offer today.
#CrawfordvsKhanResults, expert pick In addition, it's the return of two rising prospects when Shakur Stevenson and Teofimo Lopez hit the ring once again. Stevenson (10-0) is coming off a pair of knockout victories in October and January while Lopez (12-0) has only seen the judges' scorecards twice in his three-year career.