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Crawford overcomes doubts and bets, drops Spence in TKO

July 31, 2023 World Sports

The older boxer from Omaha, Nebraska, has stunned viewers and expectations, as he felled Spence thrice, ending in a TKO; sport betting analyst ActionNetwork put the odds in favor of Spence.

Original story by Keith Idec for BoxingScene.com

Terence Crawford proved Saturday night what he has assured an army of doubters for five-plus years, that he is indisputably the best welterweight in boxing.

Crawford dominated Errol Spence Jr., dropped him three times and one of the most ferocious finishers in boxing knocked out the previously undefeated former champion in the ninth round of a Showtime Pay-Per-View main event at T-Mobile Arena. Referee Harvey Dock stopped their scheduled 12-round, 147-pound title unification fight at 2:32 of the ninth round, as Crawford hammered a bloodied, battered Spence with an array of power punches that knocked Spence all around the ring.

Spence was on his feet when the fight was stopped, but Crawford dropped him in the second round and twice during the seventh round. No prior opponent had sent Spence to the canvas in any of his first 28 professional fights.

It was a legendary, masterful performance by Crawford, who fought exclusively out of a southpaw stance, completely controlled the action and proved pretty early that he is stronger and better than the courageous Spence in every way. Crawford has knocked out all eight of his opponents since he moved into the welterweight division early in 2018.

All three judges – Tim Cheatham, David Sutherland and Steve Weisfeld – had Crawford ahead 79-70 entering the ninth round.

Crawford, 35, became boxing’s first fully unified welterweight champion of the four-belt era. The three-division champion from Omaha, Nebraska native retained his WBO 147-pound championship and won the IBF, WBA and WBC belts from Spence (28-1, 22 KOs).

Read the blow-by-blow report of the match here https://www.boxingscene.com/terence-crawford-drops-errol-spence-three-times-stops-him-nine-become-undisputed–176542

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