Terence Crawford Convincing Errol Spence Jr
Via Chris Williams: Terence Crawford have not given up pursue a lucrative fight against superstar heavyweight Errol Spence Jr in 2023.
Last week, 147 lb WBO champion Crawford (39-0.30 KOs) contacted undefeated IBF/WBA/WBO champion Spence on Twitter, letting him know he was open to reopening talks. spoke to the native of Texas, hoping he would let what happened in the past water under the bridge after leaving their talk without warning to fight David Avanesyan on December 10.
Crawford made Spence (28-0, 22 KOs) bad with his move, leaving Errol with nothing to show for months and the headaches he endured trying to go to war. with him.
After doing that to him, you can’t blame Spence for a moment if he chooses to look at Crawford’s actions and decide that he won’t want anything to do with him forever.
After all, when someone does it to you, why are you giving them a second chance to do it again? Crawford once showed his ability. If he did it once, he is likely to do it many times.
“@ErrolSpenceJr, I’m ready when you want to spin the block. Just let you know in advance.😉,” the needy-looking Terence Crawford announced on Twitter last Tuesday, asking Errol Spence Jr to restart negotiations for an impossible welterweight bout. arguing between the two of them in early 2023.
It doesn’t matter that a match against Crawford will result in the undisputed welterweight championship; That’s the principle of the matter. Furthermore, the winner of the Spence vs. Crawford still won’t be considered the number 1 pack dog in the 147 lb class, because Jaron ‘Shoes’ Ennis will still be a mountain to climb to get to number one.
Whoever wins the Spence-Crawford war will be kidding himself if they try to act Become the best welder in the department.
Honestly, Chris Williams considers Boots Ennis to be a MUCH better boxer than the 35-year-old Crawford, and I think he would tear him apart easily if given the chance to fight him.
If Spence had this inner need To prove he’s #1 at 147, he should fight 25-year-old Boots Ennis rather than Crawford.