Terence Crawford Tells Errol Spence Jr He Is Ready To Re-Negotiate!
Boxing Fans still have a bad feeling from the November cancellation of the undisputed fight between unified champion Errol “The Truth” Spence Jr (28-0, 22KO) and WBO champion Terence “Bud” Crawford (39-0, 30KO). However, Crawford’s recent social media post in response to Spence Jr’s interview has created a buzz.
THE SHORT VERSION OF WHAT HAPPENED
Unless you live under a rock or are not a boxing fan, the fallout behind the undisputed welterweight showdown collapse is still a hot topic. As fans drew a line in the sand, looking to pick a side, the reality that the biggest fight of this generation didn’t happening was a huge let down for the sport.
Crawford revealed that PBC head honcho Al Haymon rejected a $25 million dollar offer from an outside source for both fighters.
RELATED: Crawford: “Me And Al Haymon Were Negotiating Numbers! Nothing Else!”
That statement had a domino effect as some fans blamed Haymon for the fight not happening. While promoting his fighter Frank Martin’s battle with Michel Rivera, Spence gave an interview and took issue with that narrative while stating it was Crawford being dishonest during negotiations.
CRAWFORD IS WAITING FOR SPENCE TO SPIN THE BLOCK
On a positive note, the unified champion did speak about wanting to make the fight next year.
“Hopefully, I can spin that block again […] It’s the fight I really want.”
Crawford took to social media with a friendly reminder that he will be waiting when he does.
Although no official announcement is released, Spence is rumored to be fighting former unified champion Keith “One Time” Thurman sometime in mid-2023. Upon being victorious, Spence and Crawford will remain intertwined until they finally step into the ring.
By: Bo Bland