Crawford does not disappoint

Terence Crawford (39-0-0, 30 KO) did not fail in his return to the ring after one year. The American knocked out David Avanesyan (29-4-1, 17 KOs) in the sixth round and retained his WBO welterweight belt for the sixth time early Saturday morning at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska. He had no problem dominating the fight and showed that he is still one of the best on the scene today.

David Avanesyan tried to surprise in Omaha. He came out pressuring Crawford, who kept his distance with the jab and responded to the attacks. The fight had a good rhythm, and the American continued with his footwork while the Russian looked for a gap in his defense. From the fourth round, the pace increased. Crawford took control of the center of the ring and launched forceful blows to Avanesyan, who was still unable to penetrate his rival’s defense. He began to have a hard time, the forceful hands were entering him. In the sixth round, the Russian fell to the ground from a strong combination, and never got up again.

Crawford excelled in his return, showing that he had many more skills than his rival. After the clash, he discussed his potential fight with Errol Spence Jr. (28-0-0, 22 KOs), showing that he still had an interest in it coming to pass. “Hopefully, we can go to the negotiating table and these big fights will happen in the near future,” the American declared.

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