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.
It's also one of the first times ESPN is broadcasting a fight through pay-per-view, which has led to some questions about how fans can watch.
The broadcast is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Saturday with the main event at approximately 10:30 p.m.
Ordering the fight is available through several services, and it'll cost $70 to get it. We'll run down some various options below:
Go to Channel 504 HD / 501 SD and select the event title "Boxing: Crawford vs. Khan." Select "Buy Now" to order. Or you can click here to order online.
Go to Channel 101 or 1101 for HD and scroll through the calendar of events until you find "Boxing: Crawford vs. Khan," then press "OK" to order. Tune in to the event’s channel at the scheduled start time to watch. Click here for more information.
Tune to channel 460 (HD) or 462 (SD), or pre-order on channel 472 (HD) or 471 (SD). You can also call 877-DISH-PPV to order. You can also download the MyDISH App on your smartphone, then select "Movies & Events" on the Services tab to order. Click here to order online.
Click here for more information on how to order the fight through Spectrum cable.
There are also several options to order the fight digitally and have it stream through various devices. Find more information at TopRank.com/order and we'll provide some details below:
Log into your PS4 and search in the PlayStation Store for "Boxing" and then for "Crawford vs Khan (Live Events)"
Android phones and tablets
Go to the Android store and install the FITE.TV App. Create a FITE.TV account and purchase the "Crawford vs Khan PPV"
Install the FITE.TV App on your Apple TV. Register for an account and order the fight through the app.
Install the FITE.TV App on your Roku device. Register for an account and order the fight through the app.
Connect your device to the same router as your Chromecast. Then install the FITE.TV app on your device and you'll be able to stream it through your Chromecast.
Amazon Fire TV
Install the FITE.TV App on your Amazon Fire stick. Register for an account and order the fight through the app.
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Boxing has been a lifelong passion for Terence "Bud" Crawford, shown here in 1998 or '99 at age 11 at the C.W. Boxing Club in Omaha.
By 2005, Terence "Bud" Crawford was one of the nation's top amateur boxers in his weight class.
Terence "Bud" Crawford celebrates his victory over Carlos Molina at the 2006 Golden Gloves tournament. Crawford went on to fall in the national championship bout.
One of Terence "Bud" Crawford's first notable professional fights came in March 2013 against Breidis Prescott. Crawford won by unanimous decision.
In June 2013, Terence "Bud" Crawford won the NABO lightweight title with a technical knockout victory over Alejandro Sanabria of Mexico in a fight held at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Terence "Bud" Crawford added another belt to his list when he traveled to Scotland in March 2014 for a bout against Ricky Burns, taking home the WBO lightweight title.
Terence "Bud" Crawford received a hero's welcome when he returned to Eppley Airfield from Scotland after winning the WBO lightweight title.
Fighting for the first time as a professional in Omaha, Terence "Bud" Crawford defended his WBO lightweight title with a technical knockout victory over Yuriorkis Gamboa at the CenturyLink Center in June 2014.
Terence "Bud" Crawford's first professional fight in Omaha drew a crowd of nearly 11,000 people to the CenturyLink Center.
Terence "Bud" Crawford again defended his title at the CenturyLink Center in November 2014 with a 12-round unanimous decision over Ray Beltran. It was Crawford's last fight as a lightweight.
Terence "Bud" Crawford made his debut as a junior welterweight in April 2015, winning the vacant WBO title with a technical knockout victory over Thomas Dulorme in Arlington, Texas.
Terence "Bud" Crawford received the Sugar Ray Robinson Memorial Fighter of the Year Award during a ceremony in New York City in April 2015.
Terence "Bud" Crawford's sons — Tyrese, left, then age 2, and Terence III, right, then age 4 — carry their father's title belts during the Native Omaha Days parade in August 2015.
Terence "Bud" Crawford knocked out Dierry Jean at the CenturyLink Center in October 2015 to retain his junior welterweight title.
Terence "Bud" Crawford has represented both Nebraska and Creighton in the ring, often wearing gear from one of the schools before and after fights. He was honored on the field at Memorial Stadium during Nebraska's game against Iowa in November 2015.
This award-winning photo of Terence "Bud" Crawford was taken in February 2016 as the champ trained in Colorado Springs, Colorado, for his upcoming fight against Hank Lundy.
Terence "Bud" Crawford once again defended his junior welterweight title in February 2016 with a technical knockout over Hank Lundy in front of a sellout crowd at the Theater of Madison Square Garden.
Terence "Bud" Crawford added another honor to his impressive résumé in July 2016 when he collected the WBC super lightweight title and the 140-pound lineal crown to go with his WBO junior welterweight championship after winning a unanimous decision over Viktor Postol at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Terence "Bud" Crawford dominated John Molina Jr. in December 2016 at the CenturyLink Center, winning every round on each judge's scorecard before earning a technical knockout victory in the eighth round.
Terence "Bud" Crawford's next title defense took place in the main arena at Madison Square Garden on May 20 against Felix Diaz. "This is where all of the great champions fought, and I want to be a big part of it," he said at a press conference announcing the fight.
Terence "Bud" Crawford, sporting Omaha shorts, lands a punch on Felix Diaz at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, May 20, 2017. Crawford won after the fight was stopped after the 10th round.
Terence Crawford celebrates his third-round knockout win over Julius Indongo at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Saturday, August 19, 2017. The victory made Crawford boxing's only undisputed champion.
Terence "Bud" Crawford knocked out Australian Jeff Horn in the ninth round on June 9, 2018. It was Crawford's first fight in the welterweight division and earned him the WBO title.
Terence "Bud" Crawford scored a knockout win in the 12th round against Jose Benavidez. The event in Omaha drew 13,323 fans and was Crawford's first defense of his WBO welterweight title.
Terence "Bud" Crawford defeated Amir Khan on April 21, 2019, in Madison Square Garden. More than 14,000 fans saw the champ retain his WBO welterweight title.