Amir Khan is back in the big time as he challenges for his first world title since 2016 tonight.
The Bolton-born boxer faces off against Terence Crawford for the WBO welterweight title.
It is Crawford’s second defence of the belt after defeating Jeff Horn in June 2018, taking him to No.2 in The Ring’s pound-for-pound rankings.
Khan’s last world title fight ended in a devastating defeat to Canelo Alvarez and sees this fight as something of a last-chance saloon to become world champion again.
Here is all the key informational you need to know about the fight…
When is it?
Amir Khan and Terence Crawford face off on Saturday April 20.
Although if you are in the UK, it will be in the early hours of Sunday morning, due to the fight taking place in the United States.
Where is the fight?
New York’s legendary Madison Square Garden will host the fight.
It is Khan’s first fight in the main arena at MSG, but has previously taken part in a bout in The Theater at Madison Square Garden, which is underneath the main venue.
Crawford returns to MSG for a second time, having beaten Felix Diaz there in 2017.
What time is the fight?
The fight is not expected to take place until at least 3am UK time.
It could, as with all of these big boxing events, not happen until closer to 4am, with it all very much depending on the speed on the undercard.
What TV channel is the fight on?
BT Sport Box Office will be broadcasting the fight for those in the United Kingdom.
It will cost £19.95 for those who want to watch it.
TV coverage in the United States will come on PPV from ESPN.
Can you live stream the fight?
You certainly can – but only if you stump up the £19.95 from BT.
They offer a live streaming service on their website to those who want to watch.
What are the fight odds?
Terence Crawford 1/2
Amir Khan 7/1
Who is on the undercard?
Terence Crawford (34-0) vs Amir Khan (33-4) – WBO world welterweight title
Felix Verdejo (24-1) vs Bryan Vasquez (37-3) – lightweight
Shakur Stevenson (10-0) vs Christopher Diaz (24-1) – featherweight
Teofimo Lopez (12-0) vs Edis Tatli (31-2) – lightweight
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