Terence Crawford is a professional boxer from the United States. Born on September 28, 1987, he had won world titles in three weight classes, including the welterweight title since 2018. Between 2014 and 2015, he held the WBO, Rings magazine, and lineal lightweight belts; then, between 2015 and 2017, he held WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, Ring crowns. ESPN has Crawford listed as the best active boxer globally, pound for pound. Crawford is noted for his lightning-quick hand speed, ring IQ, striking strength, counter-punching talents, defensive capabilities, and ability to shift from orthodox to southpaw with ease.
As of 2022, Terence Crawford’s net worth is estimated at $9 million. Boxing is his primary source of revenue. He earned $6.625 million from his battles with Jose Benevidez Jr and Jeff Horn. If he wins the unification fight with Errol Spence Jr in 2021, his net worth will skyrocket.
Terence Crawford AMATEUR CAREER
Crawford began boxing when he was seven years old. He only lost 12 fights in 70 official amateur contests. The boxer beat future world champions Mikey Garcia and Danny Garcia as an amateur. He became the highest-ranked lightweight in the United States after winning three amateur events before the 2008 Olympics. However, his Olympic dreams were dashed as he lost to leading challenger Sadam Ali. 2006 National PAL Championships, 2006 Blue & Gold National Championships, and 2007 U.S. Pan American Games Box-Offs are among his amateur successes.
As of 2021, Terence Crawford’s net worth is estimated at $9 million.
Terence Crawford PROFESSIONAL CAREER
With 37 wins and 0 defeats, he holds an unbreakable record. He’s competed in three different weight divisions. He has fought in the lightweight, light-welterweight, and welterweight weight classifications.
Crawford made his pro debut on March 14, 2008, defeating Brian Cummings in the first round. Crawford vacated his WBO championship on October 26, 2017, to move up to the welterweight category. Crawford has been named as the mandatory challenger to WBO champion Jeff Horn. Crawford would not fight again in 2017 since Horn was slated to defend against British boxer Gary Corcoran in December 2017 voluntarily. The champion of Horn” versus “Cocoran was then given 90 days to schedule with Crawford. Arum claimed that he had canceled dates in March and April 2018.
Theft of services, third-degree assault, criminal mischief, and trespassing was among the charges he faced. The allegations of assault and robbery were later withdrawn. The incident occurred at a nearby auto body business. Crawford made a partial payment but refused to pay the balance since he was unhappy with the work and the amount charged. Crawford was sentenced to 90 days in prison at the hearing, but he would only serve 53 days. Crawford was only detained for 8 hours.
Terence Crawford WIFE
For a few years, Terence Crawford has been in a long-term relationship with Alindra Person. Even though some sources indicate Alindra is Terence Crawford’s wife and others state they haven’t married, the couple seems to be very much in love.
Terence Crawford CHILDREN
He has five children: three sons, Erence Crawford Jr., T. Bud Crawford, Tyrese Crawford, and two daughters, Miya Crawford and Lay Lay Crawford.
Terence Crawford PARENTS
Terry Crawford was his father’s name, and Debra Crawford was his mother’s name.
Terence Crawford SIBLINGS
Shawntay Crawford and Latisha Crawford are his two sisters. Both of his sisters are his elders.