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The WBO Walterweight title is on the line.  Terence Crawford vs. Jeff Horn - 09/06/2018 - Match preview - Bet on it!The WBO World Welterweight title will be on the line on Saturday night when Jeff Horn and Terence Crawford battle at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Terence Crawford, who is the #1 ranked Super Lightweight in the world, will be heavily favoured against Jeff Horn on Saturday night. Crawford has a perfect record of 32-0-0, with 23 of his wins coming via knockout. Over his last five fights, Crawford has beaten the likes of Julius Indongo, Felix Diaz and John Molina Jr.

Jeff Horn, on the other hand, has a record of 18-0-1 heading into this fight, with 12 of his wins coming via knockout. Horn's list of victories includes wins over Gary Corcoran, Manny Pacquiao and Ali Funeka - having said that, Horn's victory over Pacquiao is highly disputed, with most feeling as though he got the hometown nod from the judges. Most feel as though Pacquiao won that fight, though the rematch still hasn't happened.

Horn is 30 years old and is 5'9 with a 68" reach, while Crawford is also 30 years old and is 5'8 with a 70" reach.


Terence Crawford, according to the bookmakers, is expected to easily win this fight in front of a hometown crowd. Let's take a look at the odds as of this moment, courtesy of Bet365:

Source: Bet365
Time Stamp: June 8th, 2018 7:33 pm EST
Odds Subject to Change

Terence Crawford, 1/7
Jeff Horn, 9/2
Draw, 25/1

Method of Victory

Crawford by KO, TKO or DQ, 8/15
Crawford by Decision or Technical Decision, 5/2
Horn by KO, TKO or DQ, 8/1
Horn by Decision or Technical Decision, 12/1
Draw or Technical Draw, 33/1

Total Rounds

Over 9.5 Rounds, 1/1
Under 9.5 Rounds, 8/11


It is assumed that Crawford will slowly wear away Horn with his speed and precision over the course of the fight. It seems likely that Horn will likely need some sort of a knockout or other stoppage if he wants to walk away with the belt.

This should be a very good fight.

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