Crawford, Khan stare at each other at weigh-in

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Terence Crawford and Amir Khan are looking at each other.

Terence Crawford and Amir Khan made weight today in New York, and tomorrow night’s ESPN pay-per-view main event is officially set.

Crawford (34-0, 25 KO) came in at 146.4, slightly heavier than Khan (33-4, 20 KO) at 146. The former three-division titleholder Crawford is the massive betting favorite, and most fans and pundits have been essentially writing this off as a guaranteed W for “Bud” since the fight was signed.

The pay-per-view undercard fights all went fine on the scales, too, featuring Teofimo Lopez vs Edis Tatli, Shakur Stevenson vs Christopher Diaz, and Felix Verdejo vs Bryan Vasquez. Two of those (the Lopez and Stevenson fights) are also extremely lopsided, odds-wise, but are fine steps for the two prospects. The Verdejo-Vasquez bout is seen as the most competitive bout on the show going in.

The fights begin tomorrow night at 9 pm ET on ESPN pay-per-view, priced at $69.95, with prelim undercard action starting at 6 pm ET on ESPN2. Bad Left Hook will be here with full coverage of the entire show.

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