Terence Crawford – Jeff Horn WBO welterweight title preview
It is clearly difficult to oppose Crawford but Horn has a record of upsetting the odds. if you are a fighting fan, then you have a major event to look forward to on Sunday morning on 10th June 2018 from the Welterweight division where two unbeaten World champions meet. Jeff horn and Terrence Crawford will meet at the MGM Grand Las Vegas over 12 rounds. They will be fighting for the WBO World title. This looks like a competitive match but the odds compilers have Crawford as their favourite but Horn is known for upsetting the odds. The question is; will he do it again?
The 30 year old Australian, Jeff Horn is travelling to America for one of the biggest fight of his life. He boasts of an 18-0-1 record with the spare draw coming early in his career after an injury he suffered after three rounds when he fought against African Rivan Cesaire. This is a minor setback but he has not wasted time on the injury. His success includes a career-best win over Manny Pacquiao at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane last summer.
It is clear that the traders are yet to learn their lesson and those supporting the underdog will get a stunning 11/2 available for them on the Betfair. This is a price that makes value hunters sit up and pay attention. Another Horn Points win is 12/1 and for those who see him extending a 63% KO average can have 10/1.
Crawford is a wonder compared to many boxing pros where he has won 32 professional contests. 23 of these have been knockouts. Crawford is from Nebraska. His winning bow started in 2008 after stopping countryman Brian Cummings and from this time his form has earned him a host of titled and this includes the WBO World title.
In Britain, people got to know about Crawford after he beat Scotland’s Ricky Burns in Glasgow 4 years ago. Ricky was picked by many of the experts to be the winner but he ended up on the wrong side. After he defeated the three weight champion, he has gone from strength to strength. He has beat Viktor Postol, Julius Indongo, and Raymundo Beltran. He beat Julius Indongo on a third-round KO last summer.