Crawford is an unconventional family comedy about a young man who, after a run of bad luck, moves back in with his parents and turns his natural ability to relate to racoons into a successful business, all while navigating life with his eccentric family.

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: None

Crawford - Terence Crawford - Netflix

Terence Allan Crawford (born September 28, 1987) is an American professional boxer. He is a world champion in three weight classes, having held the WBO welterweight title since June 2018; previously he held the WBO, Ring magazine and lineal lightweight titles from 2014 to 2015; and the undisputed WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, WBO, Ring and lineal light welterweight titles between 2015 and 2017. In August 2017, Crawford had a short reign as the undisputed light welterweight champion, and was the most recent undisputed titlist in the division since Kostya Tszyu in 2004. Crawford is also the most recent male boxer to simultaneously hold all four major world titles in boxing (WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO) since Jermain Taylor in 2005, and is one of only four boxers in history to do so after Taylor, Bernard Hopkins, and Cecilia Brækhus. As of May 2018, Crawford is ranked as the world's second best active boxer, pound for pound, by the Boxing Writers Association of America and Transnational Boxing Rankings Board and third by The Ring, ESPN and BoxRec. He was named Fighter of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America in 2014, and by ESPN in 2014 and 2017. Stylistically, Crawford is known for his exceptionally fast hand speed, punching power and defensive skills, as well as his ability to comfortably switch hit from orthodox to southpaw.

Crawford - Crawford vs. Postol - Netflix

On May 3, 2016 it was finally confirmed that Crawford and Viktor Postol had officially signed a contract for the highly anticipated light welterweight unification fight on July 23 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Both fighters entered the ring with a matched record of 28 wins, no losses. Both men also entered the MGM Grand Garden Arena for the first time in their respective careers. Crawford won by unanimous decision and unified two light welterweight world titles before a crowd of 7,027. Crawford also claimed the vacant Lineal and The Ring Magazine titles. Crawford scored two flash knockdowns in the fifth round, on going away on all three scorecards 118-107, 118-107 and 117-108. ESPN.com also scored the fight 118-107 for Crawford. Postol resorted to rabbit punching in the 11th round. He nailed Crawford with a right hand behind the head, for which Postol was penalized one point, adding to Crawford's advantage. With the victory, Crawford staked his indisputable claim to division supremacy and set himself up for bigger fights, possibly against a returning Manny Pacquiao. Over 12 rounds, Crawford landed 141 of his 388 punches thrown (36%), and Postol landed 83 of 244 thrown (34%). In the post-fight, Postol praised Crawford, saying “I thought it was a good fight between two technicians, but he was quicker than me. He is one of the best fighters in the world. I just didn't have the answers for him.” Crawford also praised his trainer Brian McIntyre, “Freddie Roach and Postol said that Freddie would outcoach my coach, but you tell 'em who got outcoached tonight.” McIntyre revealed the plan was to keep Postol moving, which would have eliminated his jab and right hand. Crawford's purse for the fight was $1.3 million. Postol earned $675,000 for his part. Some sources stated the fight generated 50,000 PPV buys on HBO. A replay was shown later in the week and drew 378,000, also considered a weak number.

Crawford - References - Netflix