Undefeated boxing sensation Terence Crawford added to his ever-impressive resume by knocking Julius Indongo last night (Sat., Aug. 19, 2017) in Nebraska. By doing so, Crawford bumped his record up to 32-0 with 23 knockouts, and now owns all of boxing major titles in the 140-pound division. He already owned the WBO and WBC straps, but claimed the IBF and WBA titles with his knockout win over Julius via vicious body shot. And it didn’t take long, as Crawford earned the knockout win in the third round of the scheduled 12-round championship fight. Of course, Crawford made headlines outside of the ring last week after he created the McGregor Challenge to see who could best mock Conor McGregor’s noodle arm warmup technique.
Check out the highlights of Crawford’s history-making victory in the video player embedded above courtesy of Boxing’s Finest.