In less than two weeks the WBO world middleweight champion Terence Crawford (34-0-0) will defend his belt against Britain’s Amir Khan (33-4-0). The fight will take place in New York at Madison Square Garden on April 20.
The former IBF world super lightweight champion will be facing arguably the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world right now and there is no doubt that this will be one of the toughest fights in his whole career. Crawford’s footwork and stance switching are close to none and if the 32-year-old Brit wants to be equal to the American, he’ll have to move a lot and get his stamina to the next level.
Here is a sample of Khan’s training camp for the upcoming battle with Crawford.
Meanwhile, this will be Crawford’s second title defense since he captured the belt last year.