Amir Khan tipped to cause upset against champion Terence Crawford - Health Tips

Amir Khan tipped to cause upset against champion Terence Crawford

Amir Khan has been backed to upset Terence Crawford and win a third world title.
The British star will challenge the American welterweight champion in New York on April 20.
And promoter Bob Arum is confident he will pose a touch challenge to one of the pound-for-pound greats.
Arum was speaking after Mikey Garcia failed in his bid to topple Errol Spence after jumping two weight divisions to challenge the 147lb king.
The veteran promoter tweeted: "Unlike Mikey Garcia, Amir Khan goes into a fight intending to win. His boxing ability, which is phenomenal, could give Terence Crawford fits. He is capable of pulling [off] the upset."
Amir Khan will take on Terence Crawford next month (Image: PA) Read More Khan fell short in his last world title fight when he was brutally stopped by Canelo Alvarez in the sixth round in 2016.
He has since record victories over the unheralded duo of Phil Lo Greco and Samuel Vargas with the Brit having to climb off the canvas in the latter.
Crawford meanwhile first won a world title when he outpointed Scotland's Ricky Burns in 2014.
He remains unbeaten after 34 fights and is a three-weight world champion.
The Nebraskan unified the super-lightweight division against Julius Indongo before stopping Jeff Horn to win the WBO welterweight crown.