Crawford vs. Khan: How to watch the fight on ESPN PPV

Terence Crawford faces Amir Khan in a fight that will air live on ESPN PPV in the United States at 9 p.m. ET on Saturday from Madison Square Garden in New York.

Crawford (34-0, 25 KOs), of Omaha, Nebraska, is a former undisputed junior welterweight champion and current welterweight world titlist. He’s ranked No. 2 in the ESPN pound-for-pound rankings. Crawford has won eight of his last 10 fights by stoppage, including a KO victory in Round 3 over Julius Indongo in 2017 to unify the 140-pound division and a ninth-round TKO over Jeff Horn in 2018 to win the WBO welterweight belt.

Khan (33-4, 20 KOs), of Bolton, England, owns victories over former titleholders Marcos Maidana, Devon Alexander, Marco Antonio Barrera, Zab Judah and Paulie Malignaggi, among others. Khan, a former unified junior welterweight world titleholder, has won two fights in a row since a KO loss to Canelo Alvarez three years ago

Where can I watch the ESPN PPV Crawford-Khan welterweight title fight?

Fans can purchase the Crawford-Khan ESPN PPV on or via cable and satellite distributors.

The Crawford-Khan world title fight on ESPN PPV will begin at 9 p.m. ET on Saturday.

The ESPN PPV card also includes ESPN’s 2018 prospect of the year Teofimo Lopez in a 10-round battle against Edis Tatli; highly-regarded featherweight prospect Shakur Stevenson vs. Christopher Diaz in a 10-round battle and Felix Verdejo vs. Bryan Vasquez in a 10-round lightweight bout.

ESPN boxing commentators Joe Tessitore, Mark Kriegel and former world champions Timothy Bradley Jr. and Andre Ward, along with reporter Bernardo Osuna, will call the fight from ringside. Max Kellerman will host the studio show.

How do I stream the undercard fights on ESPN2?

The undercard starts at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN2

The fights will be available to stream on mobile devices using the ESPN App.

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The undercard on ESPN2 includes:

  • Carlos Adames vs. Frank Galarza, 10 rounds, junior middleweights

  • Lawrence Newton vs. Jonathan Garza, 6 rounds, bantamweights

  • Vikas Krishan vs. Noah Kidd, 6 rounds, junior middleweights

  • Edgar Berlanga vs. Samir dos Santos Barbosa, 8 rounds, super middleweights

  • Larry Fryers vs. Dakota Polley, 4 or 6 rounds, junior welterweights

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