Pre-Fight Terence Crawford vs Amir Khan April 20th ESPN PPV

Crawford vs Khan Who Wins & How?

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May 22, 2013
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I'm much more keen for this fight than I am Crawford VS Collazo. But still see the same result of Crawford winning by KO.

Khan will probably pick up a few early rounds with his standard flashy speed. Crawford will eventually time him and Khan will lose his focus at some point and pay dearly for it.
 
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Jun 4, 2013
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Yeah, this fight is 100x's better than Crawford/Collazo. I can see it ending up like Dulorme/Crawford. Khan wins early with his speed then gets stopped.
 
Jun 7, 2013
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I admittedly haven't seen much of Crawford, but from what I have seen I haven't seen anything too eye opening.

He's not that fast, not a huge puncher, and vulnerable at times. He just seems lioe he's damn good at scrapping. Can anyone touch on if I'm overlooking something
 
May 17, 2013
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I admittedly haven't seen much of Crawford, but from what I have seen I haven't seen anything too eye opening.

He's not that fast, not a huge puncher, and vulnerable at times. He just seems lioe he's damn good at scrapping. Can anyone touch on if I'm overlooking something
Watch more of him before jumping to conclusions.
 
Aug 28, 2014
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I admittedly haven't seen much of Crawford, but from what I have seen I haven't seen anything too eye opening.

He's not that fast, not a huge puncher, and vulnerable at times. He just seems lioe he's damn good at scrapping. Can anyone touch on if I'm overlooking something
Not seen much of Crawford? Lol people had him p4p #1 before Lomachenko and Usyk got on a roll, hes never been in a close fight never been knocked down hes dominated every single opponent hes faced

Postol was dangerous after stopping Matthysse, Crawford literally beat him 12-0 knocking him down a couple of times aswell

Just stopped Jeff Horn who went close with Pacquiao, stopped Indongo in 3 who stopped Troyanovsky in 1 round and then beat Ricky Burns wide (Indongo was meant to be the lanky version of Rigondeaux)

Took Gamboa's 0 but the size different was too much, the division wasnt too hot but Crawford would have easily dealt with the new guys like Prograis and Josh Taylor, Crawford was untouchable at 140 but at 147 he seems to be getting hit alot, Benavidez hit him way too much Crawford will lose at 147 by Thurman or Spence, hes not a big WW at all
 
May 17, 2013
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Not jumping to anything, I'm literally asking a question
You say you 'haven't seen much of Crawford' yet claim he is 'not that fast, not a huge puncher, and vulnerable at times.'

All l am suggesting is you watch some more of him before jumping to conclusions.

How hard is it to watch some more of Crawford and then make a more informed decision?
 
Jun 7, 2013
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You say you 'haven't seen much of Crawford' yet claim he is 'not that fast, not a huge puncher, and vulnerable at times.'

All l am suggesting is you watch some more of him before jumping to conclusions.

How hard is it to watch some more of Crawford and then make a more informed decision?
I'm making no decision, I'm asking what I'm overlooking