Watch Terrence Crawford Make History after KO win Against Julius Indongo

Terrence Crawford unifies four championships from major boxing sanctioning bodies

Do you want to see Terrence Crawford’s championship belts?
World Boxing Association, World Boxing Council, International Boxing Federation, World Boxing Organization and Ring Magazine, tonight, Terrence Crawford joins Bernard Hopkins and Jermain Taylor as the few boxers who have held all the belts of the four major sanctioning body simultaneously.
Terrence Crawford is undefeated at 29 years old. He came into the fight with his WBC and WBO super lightweight titles and a powerful left hand punch that knocked out his previously undefeated opponent from Namibia, South Africa. Julius Indongo was 22 – 0 and had successes against fighters like Eduard Troyanovsky and Ricky Burns where he collected the  IBF and WBA belts that he placed on the line.
Julius Indongo suffered his first defeat in his first fight on US soil. At 34 years old, Indongo had a late burst of success winning two belts in his last two fights but may have bitten too much against Terrence Crawford who now enjoys a perfect 32 wins with 23 knockouts record, while holding four championship belts after defeating the previously unbeaten Indongo.
Boxing history was made tonight as Terrence Crawford continues his stardom in boxing and his case to be considered as one of the best.
The crowd in Omaha wasn’t expecting an easy fight but Crawford who was packing some heavy punches last night was hitting the target and Indongo was obviously getting hurt. Indongo was knocked down in the first with the right hand and was again hit by a heavy punch in the third round, this time a left to the body that sent the former champion from South Africa crumbling to the canvas and left referee Jack Reiss counting him out  at 1:38 of the third round.

“Oh man, we’ve been practicing on body shots all camp,” “It’s been a rough, tough camp. And everything that we worked on in camp, it came out today in the fight.” – Terrence Crawford

Terrence Crawford is now in the peculiar but great place as sanctioning bodies may fight over wanting him to defend the belts against contenders. Not sure how long he can hold on to a belt without actually fighting under each bodies but in any case, Terrence is not in a hurry to decide what he will be doing next but according to sources he might move up to the Welterweight division.


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Karl-Anthony Towns is a Boxing Fanatic, Reacts to Crawford Win Against Indongo

KAT reacts on Twitter
The young superstar of the Timber-wolves Karl-Anthony Towns loves boxing and this is not the first time that he has spoken publicly about how he feels about a boxing match. 
Today, Terrence Crawford knocked out Julius Indongo in an epic fashion after knocking him out in just 3 rounds. 
KAT could not hide his feelings and immediately tweeted:
” Terence Crawford is a BADD MANN!”

Mickey Garcia Wants BIG Challenge Open To Face Keith Thurman

Following his impressive twelve round unanimous decision win over Adrien Broner Saturday night at Barclays Center in Brooklyn New York, the undefeated WBC world lightweight champion Mickey Garcia is considering a potential fight with WBA/WBC world welterweight champion Keith Thurman if he cannot get a unification fight with Jorge Linares or showdown with Vasyl Lomachenko.
“I would do it,” Garcia said during the post-fight press conference. “And honestly, if it’s a good fight that the people, media and the network wanna discuss, I’m open to discussing that, too.
He’s a great champion, a great fighter, you know, he’s a unified champion at welterweight. So that’d be a great matchup, a great accomplishment, a big challenge. But that’s what we want. That’s exactly the kind of fights that we want, you know, a big challenge. And if I wanna be remembered in the sport, you know, those are the fights that you’ve gotta take.”

“I could take easy fights, easier fights, you know, fighting top contenders, but fairly easier fights,” Garcia said. “But that really doesn’t do anything. The fans won’t recognize you, won’t remember you. You know? It’s not gone help build a legacy.” said Garcia.

ICYMI: Highlights of Crawford vs Diaz | Crawford Ready for Pacman?

The guy that was being matched against Pacquiao has been given another decisive win last May 20th against Felix Diaz.  Is he ready for Pacman?
It looks like he is and he wishes to face Manny Pacquiao next. This could be the next big fight of Pacquiao assuming that Manny still wants to take big risks and money for a fight against a prime Crawford.
Watch the Terrence Crawford vs Felix Diaz Highlights.