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Terence Crawford is the undisputed king of the super welterweight division.
On Saturday night, Crawford faced off against Julius Indongo at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska when he unified the super welterweight titles with an incredible third-round stoppage.
Crawford won in emphatic fashion, dropping Indongo in the second round before finishing the fight with a vicious left to the body that immediately sent his opponent to the mat where he was unable to answer the count.
Another look at the stoppage can be seen below.
— Fancy Combat (@FancyCombat) August 20, 2017
With the win — which advanced Crawford’s record to 32-0 with 23 knockouts — Crawford becomes the first man to hold all four major titles in his weight class since 2004.
Now that Crawford is the unified champion, where does he rank in the pound-for-pound discussion? Sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts.
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