Terence “Bud” Crawford risks his unbeaten record and WBO World Super-Lightweight Title against fellow 28-0 star and WBC Champ Ukrainian Viktor Postol, live on BoxNation on Saturday 23rd July.

HBO Boxing have produced a fantastic documentary chronicling the Nebraska native’s inspiring rise to stardom. Born and raised in the streets of Omaha, the switch-hitting ace came from humble beginnings and overcame being shot in the head as a young man to become a two-weight World Champion.

The 28-year-old P4P contender talks us through his breakout moment, when he was called up as a late replacement to face Breidis Prescott and announced himself on the big stage.

"For me going in there. My mind is straight. I was physically and mentally prepared for whatever he was going to bring to the table. I just went in there and let my talent and my skills speak for itself," Crawford tells HBO.

The Nebraska hero also describes his first World Title win over Ricky Burns as what he'd "been working [his] whole life for."

"I still get excited talking about that moment because that’s the highlight to my career. That's the highlight to my dreams coming true, is that one particular fight. Because that's what I've been working my whole life for. That day, I captured it." Crawford said.

You can see the excellent full documentary below to find out more about the potential pound for pound king Terence Crawford.