Terence Crawford, thought by many to be the best boxer in the world, gets another chance to prove it on Saturday. His opponent, former world titlist Amir Khan, gets another opportunity to show he can beat a top fighter. Simply put, the Crawford vs. Khan fight is still a must-watch PPV for any boxing fan.
Khan is convinced he can pull off the upset and take Crawford’s 147-pound welterweight title. Crawford, meanwhile, wants to add to his already impressive legacy while trying to convince Errol Spence to meet him for boxing’s biggest mega-fight. It should be an exciting bout for however long it lasts.
Even if you’ve cut the cord, you can still watch the ESPN-branded PPV. Here’s all you need to know to live stream the Crawford vs. Khan PPV bout.
Terence Crawford vs. Amir Khan
- When: Saturday, April 20 at 9pm ET
- Where: Madison Square Garden in New York City
- Streaming: Sling TV and Fite.TV
Crawford vs. Khan live stream: How to watch online
If you want to watch the Crawford vs. Khan live stream, you’re going to have to pay $69.99 for it in HD (or $59.99 in standard definition). There is no legal way to take it in for free. But you also don’t have to have cable or satellite to watch.
- Sling TV pricing: $15-$25 per month for the first three months (after a 7-day free trial) | $59.99 (SD) or $69.99 (HD) for the PPV
- Sling TV devices: Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV,Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Xbox One, Google Chromecast, Oculus Go, Microsoft Edge, and iOS and Android devices
Sling TV is the leader in live TV streaming, and it’s the only service that also offers rentals and PPVs. You’ll need to be a Sling TV customer to order the Crawford vs. Khan PPV, but there’s good news on that front: You can get started with a one-week free trial, and right now the company is offering 40 percent off your first three months. That means Sling TV’s two basic packages, Sling Orange and Sling Blue, will be just $15 per month for that period, and Sling Orange + Blue (seen above) will be just $25 per month.
The PPV is available to buy on the “Rent” tab of the Sling TV guide. Once the fights start, it will be available in both the “Guide” and “On Now” tabs. The added bonus from Sling TV is that you’ll also be able to watch rest of the undercard that will be headlined by Carlos Adames vs. Frank Galarza, beginning at 6pm ET on ESPN2.
Crawford vs. Khan: Why it matters
Among most boxing analysts, the world’s best boxer is either Crawford (34-0, 25 knockouts) or Vasiliy Lomachenko. Last weekend, Lomachenko flattened his opponent, Anthony Crolla. Now, it’s Crawford’s turn.