Terence Crawford (32-0, 23 KOs) Vs. Julius Indongo (22-1, 11 KOs) was an important fight in boxing history, as the victor would be only the ninth undisputed four-belt champion in boxing history.

Indongo came to Crawford’s native state of Nebraska to attempt to upset the pound-for-pound champion.

Unfortunately for Indongo, Crawford was the calmest he has ever been and gave his opponent no time to settle in.

Indongo was dropped in the second via a Crawford left hand to the head, but survived the round. The fight only lasted one more round however, as Crawford cracked Indongo’s body with a vicious right hook, dropping the Namibian for well over 10 seconds.

In the post-fight interview, when asked where he put himself on the pound-for-pound list after tonight, Crawford was candid.

“I gotta give this one to myself,” said Crawford with a smile.

Now the undisputed 140-pound champion, Crawford truly deserves all the praise he is getting and we can only look forward to seeing him continue his legacy.

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— RoundByRoundBoxing (@RBRBoxing) August 20, 2017

All photos by Mikey Williams/Top Rank