LAS VEGAS (KMTV) — Omaha boxer Terence Crawford beat Shawn Porter via 10th round TKO to retain the WBO welterweight title on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
Crawford improved his professional record to a perfect 38-0 with 29 wins by knockout.
The Omaha native announced after the bout he is leaving Top Rank Boxing.
"I'm pretty sure my decision is made already," Crawford said. "Bob [Arum] couldn't secure me the Spence fight when I was with him, so how is he going to secure me the Spence fight when I'm not with him? I'm moving forward with my career now."
Also after the fight, Porter announced his retirement from the sport.