Terence "Bud" Crawford (34-0 25 KOs), one of boxing's best pound-for-pound fighters, puts his WBO welterweight title on the line against former unified junior welterweight champion Amir "King" Khan (33-4 20 KOs) on Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York (ESPN PPV, 9 p.m. ET.)
Here's a look at where the money is going from Vegas bookmakers, opinions from boxing experts, boxers and trainers, and my prediction for the fight.
Where is the money going?
Jeff Sherman, Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook's VP of risk management, opened the fight with Crawford -1100 and Khan +700 in February.
"We took some early action on Crawford at -1100 and it has been steady since then on him, so we moved to -2000/+1000. Tickets are 63 percent on Crawford and money wagered is 95 percent on Crawford," said Sherman.
Sherman opened the total round prop at 9.5 rounds under -160 and over +140. The SuperBook got action on the under and moved the line to under to -180 and over +150.