Burns was so lucky to keep hold of the title last time, think he clearly lost that. and got his jaw broken. could be a tough night ahead of him. sounds like Crawford is tricky.

Ricky Burns says he will thrive as the underdog in his WBO World Lightweight title defence against Terence Crawford at the sold-out SECC in Glasgow tomorrow night, live on Sky Sports
http://www.secondsout.com/news/main-...rd-make-weight

James DeGale is also fighting, a confident/disrespectful opponent

Netherlands-based Khatchikian is hell-bent on causing an upset when he challenges the Briton for his WBC Silver super middleweight title in the main event on a Channel 5-televised Hennessy Sport/Sanigar Events promotion at the City Academy in Redfield.

He said: "He can box well, but he is lacking the toughness required for professional boxing," said the challenger, who boasts an unblemished 20-fight record.

"I know James DeGale since 2008, when he was gifted his Olympic gold medal with one of the worst decisions in boxing history.
http://www.bristolpost.co.uk/James-D...ail/story.html