University of Arlington, Texas, April 18
By Peter Lim
All things considered, this should be a glorified sparring session for Crawford (25-0, 17 KOs), who is simply a class or two above Dulorme (22-1, 14 KOs) in the key aspects of the game - speed, power, ring generalship and level of opposition. The sharp-shooting Nebraskan will dictate the action regardless of whether the Puerto Rican chooses, to box, brawl or alternate between the two. But Crawford isn't much of a risk taker and he'll opt to cruise to a lopsided decision rather than go for the knockout.