Former undisputed champ also feels he’s P4P #1
Former Undisputed Junior Welterweight Champion Terence Crawford who’s scheduled to make his Welterweight debut June 9th, when he challenges WBO Champion Jeff Horn.
The Omaha native believes there’s no reason why fights with Errol Spence and Keith Thurman can’t happen.
This is what Crawford had to say the Los Angeles Times regarding potential future fight with Spence and Thurman.
“If a fight needs to be made, it can be made,” Crawford said to the Los Angeles Times. “No matter what the circumstances are, we the fighters need to speak up and make it be known we want to fight each other.
“We go to our promoters and managers and tell them to get it done because at the end of the day, we’re the ones fighting, the ones making them the money. So if it’s something we really desire to have, I believe it can happen.”
He also let his feelings be known about his place among the top P4P fighters list, saying this.
“I don’t believe there’s that big of an argument. I believe I’m the best pound-for-pound fighter at this date, but who wouldn’t think that about himself?” Crawford said. “That’s where I’m going to rate myself until I feel otherwise.”
We all certainly hope to see Crawford in the ring with Errol Spence, Keith Thurman and the rest of the top guys at 147.
By: Jerrell Jasper