Terence "Bud" Crawford became the sixth fighter ever to win titles at lightweight, junior welterweight and welterweight early this year with a ninth-round technical knockout against Australian Jeff Horn.
Now, the Omaha native has won the 2018 ESPY for Best Fighter.
"It's a long time overdue," Crawford said in an interview with ESPN. "I felt as if I should have won last year, but this year is a surprise and I'm glad to have it."
Crawford (33-0, 24 knockouts) became a three-division world champion with the victory against Horn.
“Coming into this fight, I was the challenger,” Crawford said after the fight. “I, too much, didn’t like that. I wanted a title again.
“Now that I’ve got that, I can rest and assure you I’ll be back stronger and better next time.”