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Terence Crawford Net Worth

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Net Worth$7,000,000
Full NameTerence Allan Crawford
A.K.ABud
Date of Birth/AgeSeptember 28, 1987 (age 31)
Source of wealthProfessional Boxer
Height5'8"
Country of originU.S
State/City of originOmaha, Nebraska
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Terence Crawford’s net worth is $7 million.

What is Terence Crawford’s Yearly Salary?

He currently earns a minimum of $3 million for each fight. Boxing is his primary source of income.

How Did Terence Crawford Make His Money?

Crawford is a professional boxer who has been winning million-dollar titles since 2015. He was paid over $3 million for each of his last two fights.

Crawford has won a string of high-paying boxing bouts since he began competing professionally. Crawford’s success in boxing started out strong and has only continued to rise.

He has held championship titles in three different weight classes. He is currently ranked the world’s second-best active boxer, pound for pound, by the Boxing Writer’s Association of America.

Crawford is the first male boxer to hold all four major world titles at the same time, and he is one of only five boxers in history to accomplish this.

 

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Terence Crawford Quick Facts

  • Crawford has won titles as a lightweight, welterweight and light welterweight.
  • His current record is 34-0 with 25 KOs.

 

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Early Life

Crawford was born in 1987 in Omaha, Nebraska to Terry and Debbie Crawford. He graduated from Bryan High School in Omaha. He has two sisters named Latisha and Shawntay.

The Crawford family was very religious. His grandfather, father, and uncle were all amateur boxers and boxing trainers who trained at the C.W. Club in Omaha.

 

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Personal Life

Crawford is married to his longtime girlfriend Alindra Person. They have five children. One of his children is named after him. The family lives in Omaha.

 

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Crawford is known for being a devoted family man. He frequently posts pictures of his wife and children to his social media posts.

Unlike many celebrities in the sports world, Crawford avoids a wild party lifestyle and seems to most enjoy doing things like taking family vacations, going to church, walking the dog and training for his upcoming fights.

 

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Career

Boxing runs in Crawford’s family. His father, grandfather, and uncle began taking him to the local boxing gym when he was still a toddler.

He began boxing at the age of seven and began competing in amateur fights as a teenager. In 70 amateur fights, he only lost 12 times.

He won the National Police Amateur League (PAL) Championship and the Blue & Gold National Championship in 2006. In 2007, Crawford won first place at the U.S. Pan American tournament.

After narrowly losing out on the chance to represent the U.S. in the Olympics, he began his professional career in 2008.

 

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Early Success

Crawford enjoyed a string of strong victories from the moment he turned professional. These included the following title fights.

  • In June 2013, he beat Alejandro Sanabria to claim the World Boxing Organization (WBO) lightweight title.
  • He defeated Ricky Burns in March 2014 for the WBO lightweight title.
  • In November 2014, he won a lightweight tile by defeating Ray Beltran.
  • He won the 2015 light welterweight title.
  • In 2017, he won both the welterweight and the light welterweight titles.

 

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Current Projects

In addition to boxing, Crawford has appeared in several television shows. He has worked as a commentator and consultant on ESPN’s Top Rank Boxing First Take and the Stephen A. Smith Show.

He has been featured on the highly acclaimed show HBO Boxing. He also appeared in the television show A Sunday Too Far. In 2018, he was honored as the “Fighter of the Year” at the ESPY Awards.

Crawford prefers to fight in his hometown of Omaha. He has stated that he appreciates the fact that HBO Boxing has broadcast his fights in Omaha and highlighted his hometown.

He believes that this is encouraging to other young boxers who live there.

His decision to hold most of his fights in Omaha has led to some criticism from boxing fans who say that he and the fans would be better served by more big matches in top-drawing cities like New York or Las Vegas.

 

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Training Partnership With Mirsad Bektic

In 2018, Crawford revealed that he and Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight fighter Mirsad Bektic are training partners.

Bektic’s family moved to the U.S. from Bosnia when Mirsad was nine years old. They lived in Lincoln, Nebraska, which is where Crawford and Bektic met.

They began training together while Bektic was still an amateur and still train together regularly.

When asked if he wanted to join the UFC as a fighter, Crawford declined on the grounds that the UFC did not pay well enough.

 

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Interesting Facts About Terence Crawford

  • Crawford is an avid tennis fan and an admirer of Serena Williams, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
  • His nickname is “Bud.”
  • Crawford is active on social media and has an Instagram following of over 380,000.
  • Crawford also competed as a wrestler when he was younger.

Favorite Quotes From Terence Crawford

“If the knockout is there, I’ll go for it. If it’s not, I’ll just make sure I control the fight and get the victory. But at the end of the day, everybody wants to see a good fight.”

“There is no reason to overlook an opponent who is willing to step into the ring with me. Not many are willing to do that anymore.”

Terence Crawford’s Success Tips

“I’m just gonna keep doing what I’ve been doing, and that’s winning the fights and looking spectacular each and every fight. Everything else will fall into place.”

 

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