Crawford-Brook undercard announced

The knockout king of the MGM Grand Las Vegas Bubble, junior welterweight southpaw Elvis “The Dominican Kid” Rodriguez (10-0-1, 10 KOs) will fight an opponent to be named in an eight-rounder on the undercard of the November 14 world title doubleheader undercard featuring WBO welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford against former welterweight world champion Kell Brook. The co-main event will showcase the WBA super flyweight world title rematch between champion Joshua “El Profesor” Franco and the man he defeated to win the title, Andrew “The Monster” Moloney.

Other fights:

Joshua Greer Jr. (22-2-1, 12 KOs) vs. Edwin Rodriguez (11-5-1, 5 KOs)
8 Rounds, Bantamweight

Tyler Howard (18-0, 11 KOs) vs. KeAndrae Leatherwood (22-7-1, 13 KOs)
8 Rounds, Middleweight

Raymond Muratalla (10-0, 8 KOs) vs. TBA
8/6 Rounds, Lightweight

Duke Ragan (2-0, 1 KO) vs. TBA
4 Rounds, Featherweight

Vegas Larfield (1-0, 1 KO) vs. Juan Alberto Flores (2-0-1)
4 Rounds, Bantamweight

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  • I cant see kell brook even lasting the whole fight with crawford, what I want to see is all these welterweight champions fighting each other instead of taking lesser opponents, I mean some of these champs fight once a year, not like the old days for sure

  • Brook is old and beaten enough to suddenly show that on fight night, but also is skilled and hit hard enough to cause a massive upset. Which fighter he will be on fight night?
    At 33, time is running out for Crawford to have reached his real superstar potential, and slight signs of declining were shown on his last fight, where Kavaliauskas hit him clearly several times, even hurting him.
    IMO, Brooks is better fighter and hit harder than Kavaliauskas, just seems he his well past his primes. But who knows what he will bring to the table?
    But for sure if Brooks hits Crawford clean, something funny can happen.

  • Crawford needs to get away from Bob Arum. As of late, he doesn’t set his black fighters up to be superstars. Crawdford is good but he has no notable wins on his resume. That is the one things that is making his case weak for P4P #1 status.

    • The problem is Al Haymon, who keep his babies away from Crawford. He keeps his little boys away from the real champ at 147 lb.

  • As a fan it’s so frustrating to see Crawford’s potential go to waste because he’s with TR. Skills wise, most people put him within top 3 p4p but his level of competition sucks. Meanwhile, EJ takes the title from a better version of Brook around 3 years ago and takes big name after big name.

    • The only blemish on Spence’s record after Brooks, is his first round destruction of a largely overmatched mandatory named Carlos Ocampo. But his level of competition, apart of that, put him right at the top of the welterweight division

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