2015 BOXING fight – Terence Crawford vs Dierry Jean – full fight Video WBO

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2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-10-24, some good exchanges between Terence Crawford and Dierry Jean but it is not enough to get three stars: it gets two.

The undefeated Terence Crawford entered this fight with a perfect boxing record of 26-0-0 (18 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 super lightweight in the world. He won the Wbo Lw belt last year, against Ricky Burns (=Burns vs Crawford) but after two defenses, against Yuriorkis Gamboa (=Crawford vs Gamboa) and Raymundo Beltran (=Crawford vs Beltran), he moved up in weight class winning the vacant Wbo super-Lw title against Thomas Dulorme (=Crawford vs Dulorme).
His opponent, Dierry Jean, has an official record of 29-1-0 (20 knockouts) and he entered as the No.10 lightweight. He suffered his only loss last year when he faced Lamont Peterson (=Peterson vs Jean), but after this fight he has won four consecutive bouts beating Jerry Belmontes in his last one (=Jean vs Belmontes). Crawford vs Jean is valid for the WBO World super lightweight title (Crawford’s first defense). Watch the video and rate this fight!

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Date: 2015-10-24

Where: CenturyLink Center, Omaha, Nebraska, USA

Division: light welterweight (140 lbs, 63.5 kg)

Title: WBO World super lightweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Terence Crawford def. Dierry Jean (TKO at 2:30, round 10)

 

Crawford’s previous fight: Terence Crawford vs Thomas Dulorme

Jean’s previous fight: Dierry Jean vs Jerry Belmontes

Crawford’s next fight: Terence Crawford vs Henry Lundy

Jean’s next fight: Dierry Jean vs Ricky Sismundo

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Official video:

FULL FIGHT – amateur video

Official highlights

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4 thoughts on “2015 BOXING fight – Terence Crawford vs Dierry Jean – full fight Video WBO”

  1. Very frustrating and a deception for the Quebecer that I am. I know a lot of people analyze fight like they are not implicated emotionally even when it is a hometown fighter, but not me.

    Crawford was extremely frustrating at not letting Jean get at close range, but then again Jean couldn’t. As much as I hated Crawford’s ‘just do enough to win’ style in the first round, I have to criticize Jean for not doing more to get inside.

    Probably a lot of people found the fight boring, but I didn’t since I am a Quebecer and was rooting for Jean. The commentators though said in the fight that Crawford could be the next Mayweather and I think it is laughable. Pit him against someone who is not afraid to brawl please!

    1. I’m no happy with the result either since Jean is one of our local guys and a very good boxer indeed. I recognize also that the best Canadian boxing is located in Quebec from the beginning of this sport in our country. Jean was really doing well at the beginning of the fight with a very good technical display. However, as soon as Crawford moved to the southpaw stance he was unable to resist the attack of Crawford and stop his very precise punches.
      Crawford is a monster and fought with the perfect approach taking full advantage of his reach. He is very calm and capable to control any fight as he desire. He deserves a lot of credit because is an exceptional boxer with no too many candidates in the horizon willing to fight with him.
      Jean was very brave and did as much as he can but was subdue in spite of our desires.
      I liked the fight and praying for Jean to connect a good punch.

    2. As a Montrealer, I’ve been following Dierry for years now. His road to championship fights has been long and hard, he totally deserved to get his chance against Peterson, then Saturday against Crawford. But let’s get real here: besides you guys and I, only a few boxing fans truly knew about him. Why? Sadly, because there is simply nothing special about him. Yes, he’s a fully dedicated fighter and he works hard, but he doesn’t have the tools to stay in the top 10, but he could be a good top10 gatekeeper in this weight division. Hats off anyway for this fight, he did good considering the level of opposition he was facing.
      On the other hand, we have Crawford. And I’ve been talking about this guy to every boxing fans around me as being the next P4P fighter. Was I right? Maybe, time will tell. But to me, he seems so tough to beat… Great technical skills… so tall in the weight division… and very poise. And I was so impressed by the way he KOed the unbeaten Gamboa. But No10count is right that he’ll have to fight big names like Garcia, Pac or Broner. I would love to see him fight Imam also, because he’s got a similar style.

  2. Crawford did exactly like the written script.
    Jean had no answer/plan at how to beat him. Confused and bewildered for most of the fight.
    I know they are trying to get Crawford Vs Pac.
    F! who wouldn’t want to fight Pac. It will be your highest pay day. Maybe ever. But does he deserve it or the acclaim he is getting. Not quite. Not that there is anyone at 140 or 147 who really does deserve it.
    But there are plenty of fights at 140.
    I would love to see Crawford Vs Broner. Or would like to see him fight Garcia at 140. Postol is the guy I would avoid. Never seen Cuenca fight. 48-0 with only 2 KOs…

    We need a new era. A decisive era.
    Crawford, Lomachneko, Rigondeaux, Gonzalez all need to unify their respective divisions.

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