Terence Crawford

Categories: Champions, IBF, USA, WBA, WBC, WBO

Born on September 28, 1987, in Omaha, Nebraska, USA, Terence Allan Crawford, also known as “Bud,” has left an indelible mark on the world of boxing, demonstrating his prowess across multiple weight classes.

Professional titles

  • WBO Lightweight
    (2014-2015; defended twice)
  • WBO Junior Welterweight
    (2015-2017; defended six times)
  • WBC Super Lightweight
    (2016-2017; defended three times)
  • IBF Junior Welterweight
    (2017; no defenses)
  • WBA Super Lightweight Super
    (2017; no defenses)
  • WBO Welterweight
    (2018-present; defended five times)
  • IBF Welterweight
    (2023-present; no defenses)
  • WBC Welterweight
    (2023-present; no defenses)
  • WBA Welterweight Super
    (2023-present; no defenses)

In a historic achievement, Crawford became the first male two-division undisputed champion of the four-belt era by defeating Errol Spence Jr. in July 2023. His accolades include being named Fighter of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America in 2014 and 2017, along with recognition as the world’s premier pound-for-pound boxer by esteemed authorities in the sport. Standing at 173cm tall with a reach of 188cm, Terence Crawford’s boxing skills are matched only by his unwavering commitment to his craft, establishing him as a true icon in the world of boxing.