Both Jeff Horn and Terence Crawford put their undefeated records on the line Saturday night.
Horn, who currently is the WBO welterweight champion, will step into the ring to fight Crawford for the belt at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The bout originally was scheduled for April but was postponed due to an injury to Crawford.
Horn holds an 18-0-1 record while Crawford is 32-0 and a heavy favorite to strip Horn’s title from him. The 30-year-old is a -850 chalk, according to Oddshark, mainly due to the fact Crawford has won titles in two different weight categories, continues to up his weight and has beaten anyone he’s stepped inside the ring with. Crawford has 23 knockouts throughout his career, with seven of those coming in his previous nine matches.
Horn, who captured the WBO title last July after defeating Manny Pacquiao in a controversial unanimous decision, is toting
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