Terence Crawford Crushes Julius Indongo in Three To Unify

Cornelia Mascio
Agosto 20, 2017

He knocked out Eduard Troyanovsky in Russian Federation capturing the IBF world championship, and recently in April of 2017 he beat Ricky Burns in Scotland by unanimous decision taking his WBA belt away in dominating fashion.

Ward, the current Ring Magazine number one Pound-For-Pound fighter and current Unified Light Heavyweight Champion of the World, will join ESPN's Joe Tessitore and Teddy Atlas as a guest analyst for the August 19th Top Rank Boxing on ESPN "Unification" fight.

Crawford had no problem asserting his dominance over Indongo, tagging Indongo with a lot of quick jabs and avoiding trouble with swift and sharp movement.

Crawford - who held the WBC and WBO titles prior to the fight - was dominant from the outset, and he knocked Indongo down during the second round. Indongo, with his back on the canvas, was not able to respond to the referee's 10-count, clinching the win for the hometown fighter.

For the first time ever, the results of a match will recognize an undisputed king of the 140-pound division of the four-belt era. Now he looks to pull off another upset by stepping into Crawford's home territory, taking the titles, and becoming undisputed junior welterweight world champion.

The 29-year-old Whyte is hoping the victory will now set him up for a fight against WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder. Since moving up to junior welterweight, Crawford has shown exceptional power against the very best in the division.

Also on the televised portion of the card were rising stars Shakur Stevenson and Oleksandr Gvozdyk winning their respective fights in impressive fashion.

Crawford won a close first round that served as a platform for the pair to feel each other out.

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