Name: Terence Crawford
Born: 1987-09-28 (Age:26)
Birthplace: Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Nationality: US American
Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Height: 5′ 8″ / 173cm
Reach: 73″ / 185cm
Boxing Record: click
Promoter: Top Rank
Manager: Cameron Dunkin
Trainer: Midge Minor, Brian McIntyre
Terence "Bud" Crawford was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraksa. He began boxing at age seven after getting into numerous fights with other kids in the neighborhood. Carl Washington, who owned the C.W. Boxing Club, and was Crawford's neighbor invited him to come to the gym. Crawford later learned that his father, grandfather, and uncle all worked out at the C.W. Boxing Club.
In September of 2008, just two weeks before Crawford was supposed to appear on ESPN, he was grazed in the head by a bullet after a neighborhood dice game turned heated. He admitted the incident provided a much-needed wakeup call. 
- Competed in the 2002 US National Silver Gloves tournament (14-15 age range) at 95 lbs, losing to Mike Dallas Jr.
- Competed at the 2004 US National Junior Olympics at 125 lbs.
- Quarter-finalist at the 2005 United States (US) championships at 132 lbs, losing to Mike Evans.
- Won a silver medal at the 2006 National Golden Gloves at 60 kg.
- Won a bronze medal at the 2006 US championships at 60 kg losing to Danny Garcia.
- Quarter-finalist at the 2006 US Under-19 championships at 60 kg.
- Won a gold medal at the US Blue and Gold tournament at 132 lbs beating Danny Garcia.
- Won a gold medal at the 2006 National Police Athletic League championships at 60 kg beating Diego Magdaleno.
- Won a gold medal at the 2007 U.S. Pan American Games Box-Offs, 132 Pounds.
- Competed in the US Olympic trials for the 2008 Games beating Diego Magdaleno, losing to Sadam Ali, beating Mason Menard and losing to Miguel Gonzalez.