Terence Crawford vs Amir Khan

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Terence Crawford vs Amir Khan
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Date: 
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Location: 
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
147
Titles at Stake: 
WBO Welterweight World Title (Crawford's 2nd defence)
Referee: 
David Fields

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Terence Crawford (34-0), makes the 2nd defence of his WBO welterweight title, takes on former light welterweight world champion, Amir Khan (33-4).

Crawford shocks Khan by starting in the orthodox stance. Khan uses good movement, is fast, but Crawford takes the first round by landing a good left hand, dropping Khan.

Khan recovers well after being dropped, boxes well in a close round 2, Crawford. Khan lands a good right hand to start round 3, has his success, but Crawford lands more shots in another close round.

Crawford hurts Khan in round 4, doesn't get reckless, but walks Khan down, attacks to head and body, landing clean, being aggressive, but smart. Crawford continues to dominate in round 5, Khan stays on his feet, and lands a few shots at the end of the round, but is under the cosh.

Crawford hits Khan with an accidental low blow in round 6, Khan seems to be in agony, and the referee waves off the fight shortly after.

In the replay, the shot seems to hit the leg, but Khan tells his trainer he can't continue because he had been hit in the testicles. Khan's trainer, Virgil Hunter stops the fight.

The result is a TKO win for Crawford.

After the fight, Bob Arum insists Terence Crawford and Errol Spence Jr want to fight, but Al Haymon is refusing to allow the fight to happen.

At the post fight press conference, Khan insists he didn't quit, claims he couldn't breathe, the pain had spread, and he couldn't recover from the lowblow. Crawford disagrees, tells Khan he did quit, that the lowblow just hit the leg and Khan wanted a way out.

At the time of the stoppage, Crawford was ahead by a long way on all the scorecards, 49-45 on 2 cards, and 50-44 on the other.




Fan Cards: Terence Crawford vs Amir Khan


scorecard by OLAAIN1994
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
9
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10
48
AMIR KHAN
8
9
10
10
9
46


scorecard by WILLIAMBOXING
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
9
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10
49
AMIR KHAN
8
9
10
9
9
45


scorecard by MINIMAXBOXING
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
9
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10
49
AMIR KHAN
8
9
10
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9
45


scorecard by JPRADO218
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
10
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10
50
AMIR KHAN
8
9
9
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9
44


scorecard by ZAC.RJ
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
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50
AMIR KHAN
8
9
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9
44


scorecard by NF82
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
10
10
10
50
AMIR KHAN
8
9
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9
9
44


scorecard by PHILLYPHAN69
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
10
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10
50
AMIR KHAN
8
9
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9
44


scorecard by HENRYCARTER
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
10
9
10
49
AMIR KHAN
8
9
9
10
9
45


scorecard by POWERPUNCHER999
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
9
10
10
10
49
AMIR KHAN
8
10
9
9
9
45


scorecard by CHAMPION97
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
9
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10
49
AMIR KHAN
8
10
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9
45


scorecard by HTTP
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
9
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49
AMIR KHAN
8
10
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45


scorecard by MIKE25
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
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48
AMIR KHAN
8
10
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9
9
46


scorecard by THEALTERPLACE
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
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50
AMIR KHAN
8
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44


scorecard by ADAMJO260
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
10
10
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50
AMIR KHAN
8
9
9
9
9
44


scorecard by BLOODMONEY80
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
9
10
10
9
48
AMIR KHAN
9
10
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9
10
47


scorecard by SPORTSJINDC
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
9
10
10
49
AMIR KHAN
8
9
10
9
9
45


scorecard by GOOSU
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
9
10
10
49
AMIR KHAN
8
9
10
9
9
45


scorecard by STINGEV98
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
10
10
10
50
AMIR KHAN
8
9
9
9
9
44


scorecard by PETIEROACH
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
10
10
10
50
AMIR KHAN
8
9
9
9
9
44


scorecard by ALBERTOCASTANY
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
10
10
10
50
AMIR KHAN
8
9
9
9
9
44


scorecard by GOLD
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
9
10
10
10
49
AMIR KHAN
8
10
9
9
9
45


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
Round
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TERENCE CRAWFORD
10
10
10
10
10
50
AMIR KHAN
8
9
9
9
9
44


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Khan was good in his prime, but now, Khan is past his best, he has a lot of miles, been down 10 times, been in very damaging fights against Prescott, Maidana, Garcia, Diaz, and Alvarez, he's never had a good chin, but now, his punch resistance is weaker than ever. Khan isn't as fast, sharp as he used to be, he is 32, not young at all for his size, not old, but he has been through a lot in his career. Khan took a lot of time out of the ring earlier in his career, so when he was at his best, we didn't see much of him, the Alvarez fight was a bad idea, because even though he boxed well in that fight, with Khan's chin, struggling to take shots at 147, at 155, Alvarez was only going to need one big shot.

The Lo Greco fight was nothing, but the Vargas fight was interesting, Vargas is not world level, not even just below world level, and he put Khan down, was a physically very tough opponent for him late in the fight, ring rust was still a factor, but an opponent as limited as Vargas should be easy work for any world level fighter, Spence and Danny Garcia had no difficulty shutting him out and stopping him before the late rounds.

Tough to say whether or not Khan has a better shot in this fight than in the Canelo fight or not.

This is at 147, Canelo vs Khan was at 155, as long as Khan doesn't have the same weight issue he has against Vargas, isn't dehydrated or anything, the weight aspect is better for Khan than in the Canelo fight. When Khan fought Canelo, he came off a year out, now he comes off 7 months out, he hadn't been as inactive in the years before the Canelo fight as he has been in recent years, but I think the fact that he did 12 rounds 7 months ago is more important.

On the other hand, Khan was 29 against Canelo, he is now 32, and he has more damage on him now with the KO. Who is better?, Canelo or Crawford. Is Crawford better than a 2016 Canelo?, I think he definitely is, given Canelo has improved a lot since then. Although Khan isn't coming off a layoff, Alexander and Algieri are better preparation for a big fight than Lo Greco and Vargas, which is another reason to give Khan less of a shot against Crawford than against Canelo.

It is what you think is more important, activity and weight, or age and miles. I think Khan had a slightly better shot to beat Canelo than he has to beat Crawford.

Age, miles, against Khan as well as the usual stuff, but I think the worst part for Khan is, Crawford has more technical skill, has more speed in hand and foot, Khan is not used to not being the best in those aspects, in fact, I'm not sure he ever has been the slower in a fight, definitely not for hand speed.

Khan does control range, but I don't know if he still can when it comes to fighting a Crawford level of opponent, Khan does attack to head and body, he still has fast hands, he is a good front runner, he might have some success early, his awkwardness could give Crawford some problems, I wouldn't be surprised if this was an interesting, close fight for 4 rounds, but if even that, I expect Crawford to completely take over in the mid rounds.

Crawford is a great finisher, he is great at not letting opponents off the hook, and I think when he catches Khan clean, Khan won't hold up, he will be badly hurt, and Crawford can punch through him, he will probably hit harder in this fight than he did against Benavidez and Horn, and I think Khan has the worst chin out any of Crawford's opponents since Gamboa. I think once Khan has been caught, hurt, unless it is very late in the round, he's had it.

I think Crawford stops Khan in 3 rounds.

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MINIMaxBOXING's picture

I'm excited for this fight. I think Khan wins the first 3 rounds and starts off with an early lead, but Bud starts to adjust, and land some nice shots, I think in the 9th round Crawford hurts Khan, puts him down, Khan gets up,Crawford attacks him and puts him down and out. The judges will have it 77-75 77-75 76-76 with Crawford ahead.

SportsJinDC's picture

Amir Khan wins the first 4 rounds and then takes a left jab that brushes his hair, knocks the oil out of it and Amir Khan dies in the ring. Thoughts?

Khan is tailor made for Crawford to get a mid to late KO. Khan, if he isn't past it, should look good for the first few rounds before Crawford takes over.

This is now a complete mismatch in my opinion. Good preview from champ. Let's be brutually honest about this match up, we've got one of the best pound for pound fighters on the planet (if not thee best) against an ageing fighter that looked terrible in his last fight. Khan has always had speed, that's what took him to world level. Now that he's slowed down, he will get picked apart from Crawford, who has timing and accuracy - the combination that kills speed. We're talking about the best taking on a guy that even in his heyday had poor defence.

Khan has achieved a lot in boxing, he's had a great career but this is just a payday for him. I don't respect him as a fighter because he'll always be known for ducking Kell Brook as far as I'm concerned.

I think his will be easy for Crawford. It's just a matter of time before he has Khan wobbling around and Crawford is a great finisher. We saw at the weekend what happens when a tough world level fighter in Anthony Crolla takes on an elite pound for pound fighter. I think Crawford gets it done early, inside 6.

Gold's picture

No one here has mentioned how Khan is back with Virgil Hunter for this fight, and I think it is important to note it. Khan's defense was much better with Hunter and he looked like a much more disciplined and defensively responsible boxer than he did previously. Remember Khan was up on points versus Canelo, granted Khan is farther gone than he was in that fight, but I would be surprised if Khan got blown out in four rounds or less like some seem to believe. Crawford isn't the fastest starter while Khan is a quick starter. It will likely take Crawford a few rounds to get Khan's timing given Khan still has faster hand speed than Crawford.

petieroach's picture

Good effort from Khan, shame the fight had to end like that

Pretty weird the fight ended in a W for Crawford after such a brutal low blow from him! He outclassed Khan easily this whole fight though, so much power and timing from him on display tonight.

Loved the Bobfather's outburst in the post fight interview btw, lol he really hates Haymon

When do you guys think the Crawford Spence fight will happen?

petieroach's picture

Summer of 2021, I have a feeling that this buildup will continue to drag out and we'll be waiting a long time for this fight.

I hate that politics will drag out this fight. I think both are ready now, but Spence will fight Thurman and Porter first most likely.

petieroach's picture

who the hell do you think crawford is gonna fight next? basputin?? top rank is pretty bone dry as far as popular welterweights goes

That's a good question, there's really no great welterweights at top rank.

Anyone got a link to the undercard fights? I haven't seen them yet

Sorry haven't got a link but Stevenson in particular was extremely impressive. Teofimo did what was expected, I'm a bit disappointed they didn't get him a better opponent.

As for Khan, I'm not sure what to make of the finish. Crawford was beating him up and I think he'd had enough.

Champion97's picture

Great performance from Crawford. Crawford is a great fighter, no question about that, I think he is still at his best, he is not young at 32, but not old in this era, doesn't have a lot of miles on the clock.

Khan is further from shot than I thought, did better than I expected, but he is still past his best, not the fighter he was in 2014, and he was never on Crawford's level. Khan boxed very well for 3 rounds, was boxing well before the knockdown, Crawford's stance confused him, he was off balance, but he was still hurt. Rounds 2 and 3 were good, interesting rounds, could have gone either way, but Crawford was the one who was able to adapt, and take over in rounds 4 and 5, he was able to out box Khan as well, used his jab, out timed him.

Khan will be kicking himself, he should have taken the 5 minutes, in terms of his record, it doesn't matter, because Crawford had taken over the fight, was probably going to stop Khan in 6 or 7, but in terms of his reputation, and maybe his pride, he could have gone out on his shield, gone down fighting, nothing worse than being hit the balls, but 5 minutes is a long time, he wasn't denied the time he needed to recover, and he was an idiot for not taking it.

Khan should retire now, he must be alright for funds, he has taken a lot of damage in his career, this was a very physically and mentally damaging fight, he will only get worse from here, and before he gets another pay day like this, he'll probably get used as a stepping stone, beaten up and stopped by a prospect. I think Khan should retire, and I think he will, I wouldn't be surprised if he kept going, but I think he'll retire.

Crawford will probably fight Besputin, Adames, Brook this year, not bad opponents at all, but the fight we all want to see is the Spence fight. Spence and Crawford would fight each other any day of the week, the problem is, Arum and Haymon can't seem to work together. Hopefully, Arum and Haymon can come to an agreement.

petieroach's picture

great recap champ, thanks as always

I think there's a good chance Crawford will end up fighting Brook next, but if he doesnt I wouldnt be surprised if Khan fights Brook finally and then retires

Champion97's picture

Cheers pal.

I would rather see him fight Adames or Besputin, but the Brook fight is not a bad option either. Possible, if he thinks it is worth the risk. We all want to see the fight, some people think it's past it's not a big fight any more, but they are still well matched, them both being past their best means they have more vulnerabilities, can do more damage to each other, and they have less to lose, so it would be a better fight if anything.

I know this will be controversial but having watched it back, I'm convinced Khan quit.

I'm not a big Khan fan but I've always admired his heart and determination. I've heard the argument that after the Garcia fight etc Khan wouldn't possibly quit. 'There's no quit in him'. Two things that were different here; the Garcia fight and others were Khan has been hurt badly, it was an instinct thing. Khan undoubtedly has incredible fighting instinct. In this fight he had time to think about it and make a decision. Second, he knows he's well past it and this was nothing more than a payday for him. I honestly don't believe Khan has thought for 1 minute that he could win this fight, at any point in the build up. He was getting beat up and he knew it.

Virgil Hunter DID NOT look for a DQ. If you watch it closely, Virgil repeatedly says to Khan 'Do you want me to stop the fight?' to which Khan at the 2nd or 3rd attempt nods to him. I do believe he was trying to save his fighter, like any responsible trainer in this situation, he gave his fighter the option to quit. Khan took it. For Khan to make out like Virgil made the decision is brutally dishonest. Virgil asked Khan, Khan clearly made the decision.

Yes, it hurts being whacked in the nuts. This is boxing man, low blows happen. Take the 5 minutes, see how you feel. Khan had no intention of continuing, otherwise he would have.

Ask yourself this, if they were in the 11th and Khan was winning the fight, would he have been unable to continue then? Not a chance.

Khan is calculated. I think by saving himself from a brutal knockout he's left enough unanswered questions over how much he has left which will get him another big fight if he wants it.

In contrast to some on here, I don't think Khan caused Crawford any problems at all. Crawford won everything on my card and let's not forget the bell saved Khan in round 1. He didn't do 'better than expected' in my opinion.

Champion97's picture

It is incredible how much we can argue about whether or not a fighter quit, but at the end of the day, it doesn't matter, because for 99.9% certain, that fight was going one way, it was going to end in round 6 or 7, more decisively. Of all the aspects of a fight, you wouldn't think whether or not the fighter who lost quit would be what people argue about the most.