Al Haymon

21 Apr 19
Archy news nety

By Keith Idec NEW YORK – Bob Arum arrived in the front row early Sunday morning with an agenda. After Amir Khan asked to come out of an expensive pay-per-view main event sponsored by his company, Arum attacked Al Haymon. The seventeen-year-old promoter wanted to talk about Terence Crawford-Errol Spence Jr. more than the foreseeable […]

21 Apr 19
BlackSportsOnline

With both PBC and Top Rank hosting fights tonight, boxing fans found themselves with tons to look forward to this evening. For the last fight of the night, Terence Crawford faced Amir Khan. Crawford entered the fight 34-0 and looking to secure his name on top of the pound-for-pound charts. With boxing politics keeping Crawford […]

21 Apr 19
Krystal

As fans were still sorting out that a Terence Crawford low blow had convinced Amir Khan’s trainer to stop a fight, Crawford promoter Bob Arum followed by aiming verbal barrages below the belt. The target of Arum’s wrath was his longtime adversary Al Haymon, the powerful manager whose Premier Boxing… from latimes.com – Los Angeles […]

21 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
TERENCE CRAWFORD insisted he wants Errol Spence Jr next – but his promoter Bob Arum fears promotional rivalry will stand in the way of the super-fight. Crawford, 31, moved to 35-0 after beating Brit Amir Khan, 31, in the most bizarre of fashions at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Saturday night. After beating Amir Khan WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford called out Errol Spence Jr Spence is the current IBF welterweight champion and like Crawford is unbeaten The WBO welterweight ruler accidentally hit Khan with a low blow and despite the option of a five-minute recovery the Bolton boxer was pulled out of the contest by his trainer Virgil Hunter. Not impressed by the way the fight ended, “Bud” Crawford wasted no time in sweeping Khan to the side and looking ahead to a super-fight with IBF welterweight champ Spence. Crawford said: “First of all, it wasn’t a low blow and second of all, Virgil knew the fight was going in a bad direction and he saved his fighter before anything bad happened to him. “You know there’s only one fight they’re talking about and that’s Spence. “Whenever you’re ready I’m here. [bc_video video_id=”6028417573001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Terence Crawford laughs off Amir Khan’s claim he punched him in ‘the balls’ as boxing world split over fight-ending low-blow”] Crawford hit Khan with an accidental low blow and the fight was called off Khan was pulled out by his trainer Virgil Hunter meaning Crawford was the winner by TKO “I can’t put a gun to a promoter’s head and make them make the fight. All I can do is fight everyone in front of me and we make it happen sooner or later.” Spence, 29, who in March dominated WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia in Texas, has also expressed his desire to challenge himself against the switch hitting maestro Crawford. But what stands in the way of the two pound-for-pound stars colliding is the feud between their promoters. Crawford is looked after by legendary promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank and ESPN – while Spence is with mysterious advisor Al Haymon of Premier Boxing Champions – who work with FOX Sports and Showtime. Hall of Fame promoter Arum urged fans to boycott watching Haymon’s PBC shows until he allows Spence to fight fellow unbeaten champion Crawford. Spence Jr dominated Mikey Garcia in March retaining his IBF title [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”16″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] Arum said: “We want to fight Errol Spence. Everyone wants the fight. There is one guy stopping it, and that is Al Haymon. “I think fans should stop watching PBC fights until Haymon agrees for Spence to fight Crawford. “We all know there’s only one winner in that fight and that’s Terence Crawford.”
21 Apr 19
The Sun
TERENCE CRAWFORD insisted he wants Errol Spence Jr next – but his promoter Bob Arum fears promotional rivalry will stand in the way of the super-fight. Crawford, 31, moved to 35-0 after beating Brit Amir Khan, 31, in the most bizarre of fashions at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Saturday night. After beating Amir Khan WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford called out Errol Spence Jr Spence is the current IBF welterweight champion and like Crawford is unbeaten The WBO welterweight ruler accidentally hit Khan with a low blow and despite the option of a five-minute recovery the Bolton boxer was pulled out of the contest by his trainer Virgil Hunter. Not impressed by the way the fight ended, “Bud” Crawford wasted no time in sweeping Khan to the side and looking ahead to a super-fight with IBF welterweight champ Spence. Crawford said: “First of all, it wasn’t a low blow and second of all, Virgil knew the fight was going in a bad direction and he saved his fighter before anything bad happened to him. “You know there’s only one fight they’re talking about and that’s Spence. “Whenever you’re ready I’m here. [bc_video video_id=”6028417573001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Terence Crawford laughs off Amir Khan’s claim he punched him in ‘the balls’ as boxing world split over fight-ending low-blow”] Crawford hit Khan with an accidental low blow and the fight was called off Khan was pulled out by his trainer Virgil Hunter meaning Crawford was the winner by TKO “I can’t put a gun to a promoter’s head and make them make the fight. All I can do is fight everyone in front of me and we make it happen sooner or later.” Spence, 29, who in March dominated WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia in Texas, has also expressed his desire to challenge himself against the switch hitting maestro Crawford. But what stands in the way of the two pound-for-pound stars colliding is the feud between their promoters. Crawford is looked after by legendary promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank and ESPN – while Spence is with mysterious advisor Al Haymon of Premier Boxing Champions – who work with FOX Sports and Showtime. Hall of Fame promoter Arum urged fans to boycott watching Haymon’s PBC shows until he allows Spence to fight fellow unbeaten champion Crawford. Spence Jr dominated Mikey Garcia in March retaining his IBF title [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”331″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] Arum said: “We want to fight Errol Spence. Everyone wants the fight. There is one guy stopping it, and that is Al Haymon. “I think fans should stop watching PBC fights until Haymon agrees for Spence to fight Crawford. “We all know there’s only one winner in that fight and that’s Terence Crawford.”
21 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
TERENCE CRAWFORD insisted he wants Errol Spence Jr next – but his promoter Bob Arum fears promotional rivalry will stand in the way of the super-fight. Crawford, 31, moved to 35-0 after beating Brit Amir Khan, 31, in the most bizarre of fashions at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Saturday night. After beating Amir Khan WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford called out Errol Spence Jr Spence is the current IBF welterweight champion and like Crawford is unbeaten The WBO welterweight ruler accidentally hit Khan with a low blow and despite the option of a five-minute recovery the Bolton boxer was pulled out of the contest by his trainer Virgil Hunter. Not impressed by the way the fight ended, “Bud” Crawford wasted no time in sweeping Khan to the side and looking ahead to a super-fight with IBF welterweight champ Spence. Crawford said: “First of all, it wasn’t a low blow and second of all, Virgil knew the fight was going in a bad direction and he saved his fighter before anything bad happened to him. “You know there’s only one fight they’re talking about and that’s Spence. “Whenever you’re ready I’m here. [bc_video video_id=”6028417573001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Terence Crawford laughs off Amir Khan’s claim he punched him in ‘the balls’ as boxing world split over fight-ending low-blow”] Crawford hit Khan with an accidental low blow and the fight was called off Khan was pulled out by his trainer Virgil Hunter meaning Crawford was the winner by TKO “I can’t put a gun to a promoter’s head and make them make the fight. All I can do is fight everyone in front of me and we make it happen sooner or later.” Spence, 29, who in March dominated WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia in Texas, has also expressed his desire to challenge himself against the switch hitting maestro Crawford. But what stands in the way of the two pound-for-pound stars colliding is the feud between their promoters. Crawford is looked after by legendary promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank and ESPN – while Spence is with mysterious advisor Al Haymon of Premier Boxing Champions – who work with FOX Sports and Showtime. Hall of Fame promoter Arum urged fans to boycott watching Haymon’s PBC shows until he allows Spence to fight fellow unbeaten champion Crawford. Spence Jr dominated Mikey Garcia in March retaining his IBF title [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”17″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] Arum said: “We want to fight Errol Spence. Everyone wants the fight. There is one guy stopping it, and that is Al Haymon. “I think fans should stop watching PBC fights until Haymon agrees for Spence to fight Crawford. “We all know there’s only one winner in that fight and that’s Terence Crawford.”
21 Apr 19
The Fighting Voice

By Mark Elezaj Amir Khan vs. Terence Crawford, Madison Square Garden on April 20, 2019 (Getty Images) NEW YORK – Unbeaten WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford (35-0, 26 KOs), beat Amir Khan (33-5, 20 KOs) Saturday night by technical knockout, but not in a convincing fashion. Khan was unable to continue after Crawford landed an […]

21 Apr 19

The pound-for-pound king, Terence “Bud” Crawford, will not need to relinquish his throne. Crawford (35-0, 26 KOs) scored an unusual sixth-round TKO over Amir “King” Khan in front of 14,091 fans at Madison Square Garden to defend his WBO welterweight title for the second time. Crawford landed an accidental low blow and was ruled the victor […]

21 Apr 19
Villainfy Media

(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK CITY (April 20, 2019) — The pound-for-pound king, Terence “Bud” Crawford, will not need to relinquish his throne. Crawford (35-0, 26 KOs) scored an unusual sixth-round TKO over Amir “King” Khan in front of 14,091 fans at Madison Square Garden to defend his WBO welterweight title for the second time. PHOTOS BY: MIKEY WILLIAMS FOR […]

21 Apr 19
Under the Hand Wraps

PRESS RELEASE NEW YORK CITY (April 20, 2019) — The pound-for-pound king, Terence “Bud” Crawford, will not need to relinquish his throne. Crawford (35-0, 26 KOs) scored an unusual sixth-round TKO over Amir “King” Khan in front of 14,091 fans at Madison Square Garden to defend his WBO welterweight title for the second time.   Crawford landed an […]

21 Apr 19
Sports Daily Tips

2:56 AM ET Steve KimESPN Ending aside, there’s no doubt that Terence Crawford was the far superior fighter on Saturday night. Crawford earned an unusual sixth round TKO as Amir Khan did not continue after getting hit with an accidental low blow. But before that occurred, it was Crawford who dominated the action. A counter […]

21 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

NEW YORK – World champion Terence "Bud" Crawford retained his World Boxing Organization Welterweight title belt after beating Britain's Amir "King" Khan with an involuntary groin punch that ended up defining the fight by knockout technical in the fifth round. In a Madison Square Garden bursting to see two of the most exciting fighters of […]

21 Apr 19
FightPost: MMA & Boxing News

Statement Made: Crawford Dominates Khan The pound-for-pound king, Terence “Bud” Crawford, will not need to relinquish his throne. Crawford (35-0, 26 KOs) scored an unusual sixth-round TKO over Amir “King” Khan in front of 14,091 fans at Madison Square Garden to defend his WBO welterweight title for the second time. Crawford landed an accidental low […]