Amir Khan vs Terence Crawford

Amir Khan’s dream of finally proving himself one of the finest fighters in the world ended in a controversial defeat when he was stopped in the sixth round after a low blow by the great Terence Crawford at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Fighting to also become a two-weight world champion by adding the WBO welterweight title to his impressive list of honours, Khan had long pursued this opportunity which has likely ended his career at the highest level, leaving him with few remaining lucrative options.

A domestic fight with long-term rival Kell Brook will appeal until either retires, but for the 32-year-old Khan – groomed for greatness since winning an Olympic silver medal in 2004 aged 17 – his successful time as an attraction in the US may have passed

Amir Khan’s dream of finally proving himself one of the finest fighters in the world ended in a controversial defeat when he was stopped in the sixth round after a low blow by the great Terence Crawford at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Fighting to also become a two-weight world champion by adding the WBO welterweight title to his impressive list of honours, Khan had long pursued this opportunity which has likely ended his career at the highest level, leaving him with few remaining lucrative options.

A domestic fight with long-term rival Kell Brook will appeal until either retire, but for the 32-year-old Khan – groomed for greatness since winning an Olympic silver medal in 2004 aged 17 – his successful time as an attraction in the US may have passed

Amir Khan is set to take on American Terence Crawford in the welterweight fight on Saturday, 20th april 2019 in what should be a cracking fight set to take place at the Madison Square Garden in New York, USA. Sure this was not the fight boxing fans were hoping Terence Crawford will be going for but it still better than Crawford v Collazo which was initial plan for Crawford camp. Crawford will be massive favourite going into the fight and a win will put him right up there with Errol Spence as best welterweights in the division.

Amir Khan vs Terence Crawford TV Coverage: This will be a PPV event in the US and Top Ranks fight ever PPV on ESPN which takes place on Saturday night, 20th April 2019 at the Madison Square Garden in New York. Top Rank has also promised a loaded undercard for this one and rightly so they would need couple of decent fights on the card to sell this one as Danny Garcia is also fighting on the same night on other network.