Unbeaten Super-Lightweight Maurice Hooker plans to ask Terence Crawford for some advice about fighting in the UK.

Pound-for-pound star Crawford travelled to Scotland in 2014, where he outpointed Ricky Burns to become World Champion. On April 14th, Hooker takes on Terry Flanagan at The O2 for Crawford's old 140lb belt, which he vacated last year.

Speaking to BoxingScene ahead of training with Crawford, Hooker sounded very confident of becoming the first man to defeat 'Turbo'.

"I am ready. I am thinking like I am going to war. I am focused on this fight. I just need to bring pressure. He can't fight under pressure and I am going to make it uncomfortable for him," predicted the Texas talent.

"I am bigger and I hit harder. I think I am going to wear him down."

Hooker has worked with Crawford before, and believes the experience of training alongside one of the finest fighters on the planet will stand him in good stead for his trip to England.

The 28-year-old has only fought outside of America once, in Mexico in February 2017, and hopes Crawford will give him some tips about boxing in Britain.

"I worked with him when he fought [Viktor] Postol. I feel very comfortable out there. It is a lot of hard work. I am pretty sure he is going to talk about it and share his experience when he fought Ricky Burns," he added.

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