Tonight WBO welterweight belt will be on the line when Terence Crawford and Shawn Porter meet in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
Crawford, widely considered one of the best fighters in the world regardless of weight class, enters the bout with a perfect 37-0 record. He has successfully defended the WBO title four times since taking it from Jeff Horn back in 2018.
Hands down, I feel like this is a fight where I can make a huge statement in the welterweight division,” Crawford said. “Because everything I’ve done, the question is always, ‘Well, what about welterweight?’ Welterweight this, or welterweight that. This is one of the top welterweights that I am facing.
Here’s everything you need to know about watching the Crawford vs. Porter fight.
MORE: Sign up to watch Crawford vs. Porter live on ESPN+
LIVE LINK HERE : https://cdn.11sports.club/r/tPpgHG/
What channel is Terence Crawford vs. Shawn Porter on tonight?
- How to watch: ESPN+ (PPV), ESPN2 (prelims)
Boxing fans can purchase the Crawford vs. Porter pay-per-view through ESPN+. The prelim card will air live on ESPN2 starting at 7 p.m. ET.
Watch Live Here : https://livesportsy.com/crawfordvs.porter/
Terence Crawford And Shawn Porter Details
Total fought: 37
Total fought: 35
How much is Terence Crawford vs. Shawn Porter on pay-per-view?
The Crawford vs. Porter pay-per-view can be purchased through ESPN+ for $69.99.
What time is Terence Crawford vs. Shawn Porter?
- Date: Saturday, Nov. 20
- Time: 9 p.m. ET | 6 p.m. PT
- Main event: 11:30 p.m. ET | 8:30 p.m. PT (estimate)
The Crawford vs. Porter fight card is scheduled to start at 9 p.m. ET on Saturday, Nov. 20. Crawford and Porter are expected to make their ring walks around 11:30 p.m. ET, though that could change depending on the length of the earlier fights.
Terence Crawford vs. Shawn Porter Fight card, odds
Odds via Caesars Sportsbook
- Terence Crawford (c) -700 vs. Shawn Porter +500, WBO welterweight championship
- Esquiva Falcao -650 vs. Patrice Volny +475, middleweight
- Janibek Alimkhanuly -2500 vs. Hassan N’Dam +1200, middleweight
- Raymond Muratalla -2200 vs. Steven Ortiz +1100, lightweight
Let’s not bury the lede here: this has all the makings to be tremendous theater and a perfect example of high-speed chess between elite stars.
What was somewhat lost in the aftermath of Porter’s thrilling split-decision loss to Spence in 2019 was how Spence admitted afterward to completely abandoning the gameplan in order to stand and brawl with Porter. The reason was because he openly took Porter lightly and was convinced he could walk him down and stop him with relative ease.