Ahead of his fight with Shawn Porter on June 25, 2016, Keith Thurman breaks down his top three greatest professional victories to date.
NBC's pick for fighter of the year was Keith "One Time" Thurman. In 2015, Thurman successfully defeated Robert Guerrero and Luis Collazo and remains one of the biggest threats in the 147-pound division.
Through nine rounds of their 147-pound showdown in the main event of Premier Boxing Champions’ debut on March 7, Keith Thurman dominated Robert Guerrero. Defeat seemed all but inevitable for “The Ghost,” who bled from a cut above his left eye as a result of Thurman’s nonstop battering.
Thurman was rocked by a body shot in Round 5 but remained unbeaten when Collazo's corner stopped the fight after Round 7.
Keith Thurman powered his way to a bloody TKO victory at Tampa’s USF Sun Dome in his first homecoming fight in more than five years.
Thurman remained unbeaten when Collazo's corner stopped the fight after Round 7, and Willie Nelson handed Tony Harrison his first loss with a ninth-round knockout.
Keith Thurman takes on Luis Collazo, and Tony Harrison faces Willie Nelson at Tampa’s USF Sun Dome, Florida.
Sergio "The Latin Snake" Mora breaks down the match-up between Keith Thurman and Luis Collazo on the first-ever PBC on ESPN fight card.