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Vasiliy Lomachenko’s loss to Teofimo Lopez (watch highlights) has left the pound-for-pound rankings in flux, and one of the sport’s best will look to stake his claim for the top spot TONIGHT (Sat., Nov. 14, 2020) when Terence Crawford returns to action against former champion Kell Brook inside MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. will deliver LIVE coverage of the Crawford vs. Brook main card, which begins at 10 p.m. ET. on ESPN. The “Prelims” undercard bouts, which feature several rising prospects, begin at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN+.

Crawford — the former undisputed Super Lightweight champion — has seen just one fight last the distance since 2014. This will mark the fourth defense of the WBO Welterweight belt, which he took from Jeff Horn two years ago. Unfortunately, he’s struggled to find elite opponents at 147 pounds, since the majority of the division’s best fight under one of Top Rank’s promotional rivals, PBC.

Enter Brook, who once held the IBF Welterweight belt before an unsuccessful fight with Gennadiy Golovkin at Middleweight and a subsequent loss to Errol Spence Jr. upon his return to the division. He’s won three straight at Super Welterweight since the latter defeat.

In the co-feature, WBA “world” Super Flyweight champion Joshua Franco attempts to repeat his surprising upset of Andrew Moloney, from whom he claimed the belt this past summer. The winner will presumably be in line to challenge “super” champion Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez.

Crawford Vs. Brook Quick Results:

Terence Crawford vs. Kell Brook — Crawford def. Brook by TKO at 1:14 of Round Four
Joshua Franco vs. Andrew Moloney — No Contest at 3:00 of Round Two

Crawford Vs. Brook Round-By-Round Updates:

WBO Welterweight Championship: Terence Crawford (c) vs. Kell Brook

Round one: Crawford comes out orthodox. Tentative start. No clean punches in the first minute. Only jabs halfway through. Crawford with a right downstairs, trading jabs. Brook 1-2. Back to the jab battle. Crawford lands a right downstairs. Crawford switches southpaw for a combination, eats a combination. 10-9 Brook.

Round two: Brook tries a straight right. Body shot. Nice jabs. He’s advancing. Halfway through. Right downstairs. Crawford lands a stiff jab. Coutner right by Brook, Crawford answers to the body. Crawford cross counter. They trade in the center. Brook with a jab-uppercut. Jab exchange. Clinch. 10-9, 20-18 Brook.

Round three: Crawford comes out southpaw this time. Trading jabs in the first minute. 2-1 from Crawford. Brook straight right, Crawford jabs. Clinch halfway through. Crawford body shot, Brook right cross. 2-3 from Crawford, they trade in the center. Two-piece lands. Sharp right cross by Brook. Crawford goes low-high in return. Both bang the body. 10-9 Crawford, 29-28 Brook.

Round four: Jab exchange to start. Brook tries to step in with a right hand and a right hook takes his legs out. They call it a knockdown and he takes the eight-count. Crawford thumps him with a few more heavy shots in the corner and that’ll do it.

Final result: Crawford def. Brook by TKO

WBA “World” Super Flyweight Championship: Joshua Franco (c) vs. Andrew Moloney

Round one: Moloney working behind his jab, lands a right cross. Franco advancing behind a high guard. 2-3 inside, clinch. Counter right. Chopping right, clinch. Short right uppercut from Moloney. Busy with that jab. Moving well so far. Halfway through. Right hands to the body. They trade jabs. Point-blank exchange, Moloney getting the better of it. Nice body work. Clinch. Franco’s got some swelling from a headbutt. Moloney continuing to land combinations as Franco stalks. Good body work. 10-9 Moloney.

Round two: Moloney continuing to press forward and land well to the body. Franco’s eye is swelling badly. Clinch, strong work inside by Moloney. They pause to look at Franco’s eye and that thing looks in bad shape, but they let it continue. 3-2 by Moloney. Halfway through. More impressive combination work by Moloney. Franco just a step behind so far. . Clinch. Body shot, clinch. Franco lands an uppercut as they tie up. Moloney body shots, 1-2-3. 10-9, 20-18 Moloney.

The eye’s done. Russell Mora claims it’s a no contest, but replay shows that there was no clash of heads. Russell Mora is a longtime idiot. Let’s see what happens.

And they’re screwing Andrew Moloney. No Contest for a headbutt that doesn’t exist.

Final result: No Contest

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