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.
http://www.secondsout.com/news/main-...rd-make-weightRicky 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
James DeGale is also fighting, a confident/disrespectful opponent
http://www.bristolpost.co.uk/James-D...ail/story.htmlNetherlands-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.