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May 20th, 2017. One of the best Pound for Pound fighters today; undefeated Terence “Bud” Crawford takes on Felix Diaz. Crawford’s WBO, WBC & The Ring Magazine World Super Lightweight Titles were on the line.
This is the 1st world title opportunity for Felix Diaz.
Prefight records; Crawford 30(21)-0, Diaz 19(9)-1.
At this time, Crawford was World Champion at Lightweight & Super Lightweight who had beaten notable oppositions such as Thomas Dulorme, Hank Lundy, Dierry Jean, Ricky Burns, Breidis Prescott, Raymundo Beltrán & Yuriorkis Gamboa.
Diaz managed to be competitive in the early goings, but Crawford (as in a number of his fights) made adjustments to his rhythm and pace to thoroughly dominate the former Olympic Gold Medalist en route to a TKO10. Bud fought as a Southpaw from start to finish in one of his finest performances.
3 months after this victory, Crawford decimated Julius Indongo in 3 rounds with a devastating body shot before moving up to the Welterweight division.
In June 2018, Crawford made his 147 pound debut taking “The Hornet” Jeff Horn, who became the WBO World Welterweight Champion after winning a controversial UD over Manny Pacquiao last year in his hometown of Brisbane, Australia.
For 9 rounds, the outmatched Horn was pummeled from pillar to post en route to an inevitable stoppage. With this win, Crawford became a Triple Crown World Champion; at Lightweight, Super Lightweight & Welterweight.
4 months later, Crawford successfully defended his WBO Crown for the first time again then undefeated Jose Benavidez Jr via TKO12.
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