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Crawford Outlanded Burns 116-30 in Last Five Rounds

Terence Crawford's jab was not accurate (4 of 35 per round), but it was effective, as Ricky Burns managed to land just six punches per round.  Crawford outlanded Burns 116-30 over the last five rounds to capture the WBO lightweight title in Glasgow, Scotland.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by voneric on 03-03-2014

[QUOTE=Realizniguhnit;14286346]Can you show me the part where I said I was a Burns fan? Maybe you need your eyes checked because my 4 year old nephew can read better than you...[/QUOTE] Your ability to argue is around a 4 year…

Comment by mathed on 03-02-2014

Crawford destroyed him in punches landed.

Comment by Realizniguhnit on 03-02-2014

[QUOTE=MisterDeclanCor;14286388]Of course we have to discuss the fight, it wasn't a cut n' dry loss. Burns didn't show up, obvious mental/spiritual crisis he's facing, though he tried to shrug it off after the fight, saying the better man one, ignoring…

Comment by MisterDeclanCor on 03-02-2014

Of course we have to discuss the fight, it wasn't a cut n' dry loss. Burns didn't show up, obvious mental/spiritual crisis he's facing, though he tried to shrug it off after the fight, saying the better man one, ignoring…

Comment by Realizniguhnit on 03-02-2014

[QUOTE=voneric;14286326]LOL Crawford is not going to be everyones fancy but no need to take the Burns azzwhooping personal. I did enjoy your impression of Jim Watt but Burns was the one who was refusing to fight. Basically, if Burns had…

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