2019 BOXING fight – Terence Crawford vs Amir Khan – full fight Video WBO

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2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2019-04-20, disappointing fight between Terence Crawford and Amir Khan: it gets two stars.

The undefeated world champion in three different weight classes Terence Crawford entered this fight with a perfect record of 34-0-0 (25 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 welterweight in the world. In his last three bouts he has beat Julius Indongo (Terence Crawford vs Julius Indongo), Jeff Horn (Jeff Horn vs Terence Crawford) and Jose Benavidez (Terence Crawford vs Jose Benavidez).
His opponent, the former Olympian and former world champion Amir Khan, has an official boxing record of 33-4-0 (20 knockouts) and he entered as the No.10 in the same weight class. He was defeated by Saul Canelo Alvarez in 2016 (4-stars fight, Saul Canelo Alvarez vs Amir Khan) but he came back to win in 2018 beating Phil lo Greco (Amir Khan vs Phil Lo Greco) and Samuel Vargas (Amir Khan vs Samuel Vargas). Crawford vs Khan is valid for the WBO World welterweight title (Crawford’s second defense). Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2019-04-20

Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, USA

Division: welterweight (147 lbs, 66.7 kg)

Title: WBO World welterweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Terence Crawford def. Amir Khan (TKO at 0:47, round 6)

 

Crawford’s previous fight: Terence Crawford vs Jose Benavidez

Khan’s previous fight: Amir Khan vs Samuel Vargas

Khan’s next fight: Amir Khan vs Billy Dib

Crawford’s next fight: Terence Crawford vs Egidijus Kavaliauskas

 




 

Crawford vs Khan fight video:

(Free embeddable video hosted on Youtube and not uploaded by AllTheBestFights)

Official video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4P50r7lr8s

17 thoughts on “2019 BOXING fight – Terence Crawford vs Amir Khan – full fight Video WBO”

  1. Thanks for the links mate.

    Crawford just can’t catch a break…Loma outshone this performance from last week and gives no room for Bud to take his top P4P ranking. This is no knock on Crawford at all but he needs the fights and the opponents to make his statements for that number one spot and he has neither at WW.

        1. I get ur logic. But Crawford was in w/ a man who didn’t want to be there. This fight wasn’t close at all. Did u penalize Loma for any of his TKO vickies when guys quit? He showed his class from the opening rd. & was in w/ a guy in survival mode. I’d argue that Khan put up far more resistance than Anthony Crolla. I watched that fight thinking. “This guy isn’t even going to fight back” He was a pinata in there. But u know p4p arguments are subjective. He’s now stopped 2 olympic gold medalists & a silver medalist. Who else current;y has those scalps?

          1. I hear you mate and understand your take on Khan “not wanting to be there”…I thought he was keen but was just massively outclassed by arguably the best fighter in the world. Agreed Crolla just closed up (that Gallagher trained high guard style I don’t rate highly) against Loma before getting seriously stopped so the comparison is just.

            No, my thing for Crawford is that he was stoicism embodied against an outmatched opponent and lacked that hyper-active attacking style Loma showed against his over matched opponent (neither is better or worse…certainly if I was still fighting Bud’s style would be the one I’d want). And none of that is Crawford’s fault…he’s just too cool to shine to the casual fans unless he has a very good opponent that scares him.

            I think Bud is maybe the better fighter of the two and will last longer because of his stoic style of fighting but, for me, Loma has the better resume and is the better P4P claimant at this moment…like you said though, it’s subjective.

            P.S. I hold Loma’s “quit” victories in the absolute highest regard…how many times have you seen that happen, even once, never mind twice or three times, or f*cking four times in a row. That was incredibly special.

    1. It doesn’t matter what Loma did last week. The P4P list is subjective. If you think Crawford is the best then so be it. You have Spence at 147. Beating Spence would be a huge statement.

      1. My bet is Arum and Haymon never do business and Bud and Spence suffer for it big time. Who else if not a PBC guy.

    1. I actually think Porter vs Spence & Thurman vs Crawford are going to t be the best style match-ups in the div.

  2. My instinct told me prior to the fight Khan’s heart just wasn’t in it. He’s already retired. The Kell Brook fight will never happen. He’d rather die than give Kell bragging rights over him. But to see him quit like that just confirmed my suspicions. Disappointing ending to say the least.

  3. Khan quitting like that has to be the lowest point of his career. None of him getting brutally KO’ed compares to the embarrassment of just quitting.

  4. Wise stoppage by the trainer. Very wise…. fans can truly be selfish… What did they want to see next? Khan was about to get destroyed, that shot knocked the will to win out of him.

  5. In spite of still having a very good speed I believe that Amir’s career is over. He isn’t anymore a match for boxers like Terence, anyhow no many like him indeed, which was hardly evident in the 1th and 4th rounds of this fight. The accidental low blow only accelerated the fight finishing that almost every one was predicting.

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