Terence Crawford no longer seeking Errol Spence fight!
In the latest saga of the Errol Spence and Terence Crawford show, one guy is seemingly fed up and content with the match not happening, so he says. WBO Welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford (37-0, 28KOs), who was in the corner of middleweight prospect Troy Isley’s pro debut, talked to fighthype.com on a plethora of topics following the bout. To no surprise, the talk involved unified welterweight champion Errol Spence (27-0, 21KOs).
As you all know by now, both unbeaten fighters are at the top of the welterweight division. Many fans, fighters and boxing pundits are craving to see this matchup unfold. However, with both men feeling they are the superior fighter who deserves the bigger piece of the pie, negotiations have hit a snag. That is, if they have begun at all.
Let Crawford tell it, he could care less if the matchup with Spence ever happens.
“I don’t need that fight. I’m not worried about that fight, I done told y’all numerous of times now I’m not even worried about that fight. You will never see me asking for that fight ever again. If it happens it happens. If it don’t, I don’t care.”
Obviously this has become a hot topic where both fighters’ fans are placing blame on the other. In reality, both men need to stop the posturing and make the fight happen. Regardless of what either one says, if this fight does not happen, it will tarnish both men’s legacies. Both in their primes, unbeaten and world champions, there is no legitimate excuse as to why this fight should not happen this year.
By: Jerrell Fletcher