Despite being the challenger, Terence Crawford is a big favourite to topple Jeff Horn and become a three-weight World Champion.

This Saturday, Crawford moves up to face the WBO World Welterweight Champion at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, live on BoxNation.

If he wins, there are mouth-watering unifications to be made against Errol Spence and Keith Thurman, but the former Super-Lightweight king refuses look past 'The Hornet'.

"I tell everybody Jeff Horn is a real crafty type of guy. On the outside, you look at him and you don’t think much of him," Crawford explained to BoxingScene.

"But then, when you’re inside the ring with him, he’s strong, he’s durable, he’s off rhythm and he’s got a different type of fighting style that can beat anybody on any given day. You have to be prepared for anything from him come fight night."

Just over a year ago, Horn caused one of the upsets of 2017 when beating Manny Pacquiao in Brisbane. The Australian was aggressive and overwhelmed the Filpino great to edge a close, controversial decision.

"A lot of people don’t look at the real details. They don’t see his feints, his angles, his punch selection," continued 'Bud'. "Things like that, those are the things that I look at, the things that he does that are different, that are unorthodox and can frustrate a fighter."

Throughout the build-up, Horn has reiterated that he is not scared of the American, insisting that he will be "pushing hard, pressuring him throughout the fight", but Crawford says he is prepared for those tactics.

"I feel like he’s gonna come in there and try to bully me, and use his strength. And that’s something that we’re gonna be up for. He fights to win. I love a person to fight to win, because I’m coming in there to fight to win and that’s gonna make for an exciting fight," he added.

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