- Terence Crawford stunned Kell Brooks with a TKO victory in four rounds
- Crawford landed a flurry of devastating punches before the referee called it off
- The American retains his WBO welterweight strap and is now 37-0 in his career
- Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19
Terence Crawford beats Kell Brooks in four rounds to retain the WBO title.
Terence Crawford has retained his WBO welterweight strap after stopping Kell Brook inside four rounds in Las Vegas.
The 34-year-old Brook was outshone in only his second bout in the last two years and was a huge underdog against Crawford, who is now unbeaten in 37 professional fights.
The Briton took a standing eight count a minute into the fourth when the American connected with a right hand and Crawford pounced after the resumption with a flurry of shots with referee Tony Weeks stepping in.
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Brook, by a narrow margin, had the best of the early exchanges but the Nebraskan began to switch stances and found his rhythm by the third.
The jab, which was the beginning of the end for Brook, seemed fairly innocuous but he fell back into the ropes and the writing was on the wall as Crawford, who saw off Amir Khan in 2019, finished the job.
Following his emphatic win, Crawford has now set his sights on a fight with Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao next year, with a fight potentially taking place in the Middle East.