World Welterweight Championship
Crawford vs Khan
SATURDAY, April 20 • 9 pm et | 6 pm pt - Live on Pay-Per-View!
Undefeated virtuoso Terence “Bud” Crawford (34-0, 25 KOs) will defend his welterweight world title against British boxing royalty Amir “King” Khan (33-4, 20 KOs) in a collision of superstars. Crawford, the fighting pride of Omaha, Nebraska, has captured world titles in three weight classes and looks to maintain his lofty pound for pound status. Khan, a former unified junior welterweight world champion and unbeaten as a welterweight, represents Crawford’s most daunting test to date. Can Crawford, with the sport’s best Ring IQ, overcome the elite speed of Amir Khan? Don’t miss Crawford vs. Khan, LIVE! Saturday, April 20 at The World's Most Famous Arena - Madison Square Garden - and on the inaugural Top Rank on ESPN Pay-Per-View broadcast (9 p.m. ET/6 PT).
Frequently asked questions
Both SD and HD versions are available for purchase at $69.99.
Is the $69.99 pricing of HD & SD for residential and commercial or only residential? If commercial is different, what is that price?
Commercial customers should contact the promoter to pay for rights to the event before Cox can provide access to the fight. Joe Hand Promotions will facilitate commercial authorization on behalf of ESPN Pay-Per-View.
Joe Hand Promotions can be reached at by phone at 800-557-4263, by fax at 866-376-8117 or by email at
The fight will be a Pay-Per-View event, organized by ESPN.
Customers who have purchased the event through Cox.com will receive an e-mail confirming the purchase. If you do not receive an e-mail, please contact Cox Support.
The fight is available to residential and commercial Cox customers with a TV subscription. However, Pay-Per-View requires a Cox digital receiver or a Cox-provided CableCard® together with a certified compatible Tru2Way CableCard retail device.
Residential Cox DVR subscribers will be able to record the fight. If you are not a DVR subscriber, you will not be able to record the fight. There are replays on Pay-Per-View at a variety of times as well as On Demand. All replays are priced at $69.99 per showing. It may also be on ESPN at a later date and time, but we do not have that timing yet. Commercial customers are not authorized to record and replay the event due to public performance rules.
The event begins with the "Countdown Show" (6pm ET/3pm PT) and therefore it is 15 minutes into the start of the Countdown, not at the time of the undercard.
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