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This past weekend Terence “Bud” Crawford became the first fighter since 2005 to claim all the belts.

Crawford faced against Julius Indongo in Omaha and stopped the Namibian fighter in the third round. The 29-year old Nebraska native now holds the IBF, WBO, WBA and WBC super lightweight titles.

Indongo did not get the upper hand at any point during the fight. After both fighters traded solid shots in the first round, “Bud” dropped Indongo 40 seconds before the second round ended.

In the third, Crawford landed a vicious left to the body and Indongo was counted out. 

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