Terence Crawford vs Henry Lundy full fight Video – 2016

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2016-02-27, good fight between Terence Crawford and Henry Lundy: it gets three stars.

The undefeated Wbo light-Ww and former Wbo Lw champion Terence Crawford entered this fight with a perfect record of 27-0-0 (19 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 super lightweight in the world. He fought twice in 2015 winning over Thomas Dulorme (=Crawford vs Dulorme) and Dierry Jean (=Crawford vs Jean).
His opponent, Henry Lundy, has an official boxing record of 26-5-1 (13 knockouts) and he entered as the No.15 lightweight. He suffered two consecutive defeats between 2014 and 2015, against Thomas Dulorme (=Dulorme vs Lundy) and Mauricio Herrera (=Lundy vs Herrera), but then he came back to win against Carlos Winston Velasquez. Crawford vs Lundy is valid for the WBO World super lightweight title (Crawford’s second defense). Watch the video and rate this fight!



Date: 2016-02-27

Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, 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. Henry Lundy (TKO at 2:09, round 5)


Crawford’s previous fight: Terence Crawford vs Dierry Jean

Crawford’s next fight: Terence Crawford vs Viktor Postol



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8 comments on “Terence Crawford vs Henry Lundy full fight Video – 2016”

  1. Not the greatest matchup. Lundy isn’t remotely in Crawford’s league, and this was a step down after the champ’s recent better competition. Still, aside from getting clipped a bit in the first round, he looked unbeatable at this weight in a division where it’s hard to imagine more good fights for him. Move up, Bud.

    • Why? He just moved up less than a year ago. Besides, there are still good fights to be made at 140, like Postol, Herrera, Provodnikov, Matthysse, Broner, etc.

      • Ok, I grant you Postol who I overlooked. I’d like to see that fight.

        Do you really think any of those other guys are a threat to Crawford?

        • This might sound cliche but, styles make fights. I think that Herrera, and Broner can cause threats. Both Ruslan and Herrera have habits of making fighters look bad, even in defeat. Although I think Broner loses to Crawford, I’d still love to see that fight. Broner’s worst outings came from when he moved to 147. At Jr. Welterweight (or lower), I don’t think anybody has an easy time with him. Matthysse may have lost to Postol, but he’s still a decent boxer, and would be a good name on his resume.

    • Crawford is one of my favorite fighter at the moment and if he can unify the titles against Postol, he will have to be regarded as the best P4P at the moment in my opinion. And about Broner, yes he’s better at 140lbs, but he think he is very overrated anyway. Crawford always finds a way to win. He’s so wise and imaginative in the ring… I’m a total fan!!

  2. Never will give a fight the shouldn’t have happened anything but 1 star.
    This is a hype train in the making.
    Not that I don’t like Crawford or that he isn’t very talented.
    But the road being taken is the smoothest possible.

    Enjoy your WWE


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