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Omaha boxer Terence "Bud" Crawford gets back in the ring Saturday night against Amir Khan in a pay-per-view bout at Madison Square Garden. Check out the complete coverage below to get ready for the title bout.
Hall of fame promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank knows how to make a great fight and how to sell one. He was doing the latter at Wednesday’s final press conference in New York City for WBO welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford’s upcoming title defense against British challenger Amir “King” Khan.
Omaha native Terence "Bud" Crawford is set for one of the highest profile fights of his career when he faces Amir Khan in Madison Square Garden on Saturday.
Omaha native Terence "Bud" Crawford returns to the ring Saturday, but his fight against Amir Khan will only be shown on pay-per-view.
Terence “Bud” Crawford and Amir Khan have taken a big-picture approach to their bout for Crawford’s WBO welterweight belt Saturday at Madison Square Garden, speaking openly and often about legacy. That’s a great indicator of the magnitude of the fight.
Terence “Bud” Crawford became Omaha’s first world champion at lightweight in 2014 with elite boxing skill combined with the power and ferocity necessary to put an opponent away once he had him hurt. He became an even more dangerous fighter when he left the 135-pound weight class the following year.
Terence Crawford's one-sided decision over Breidis Prescott, which came in his HBO debut, is still one of his best performances.
“There’s going to be a lot of eyeballs on it,” Amir Khan said. “It’s a massive fight.”
When Top Rank and ESPN were selecting a boxer to headline their first major fight card on the new ESPN+ platform last summer, they chose unbeaten Terence “Bud” Crawford to be their main attraction. Now, they’re turning to the Omaha fighter again as they launch their first pay-per-view boxing venture.
Over the last decade, Omaha native Terence "Bud" Crawford has developed into one of the best pound-for-pound boxers on the planet. Check out t…
The fight, expected to be the highest-paying event in Crawford's career, will be televised on ESPN pay-per-view. Crawford says he's "looking to go out there to seek and destroy" Khan.
Omaha's support of college baseball and swimming are no secrets to national viewing audiences, but when it comes to boxing and native son Terence "Bud" Crawford, the city also punches way above its weight.