The 30-year-old Crawley has an impressive resume, being 22-0 with 9 KOs. While that may have been the case, his biggest win to date has been a unanimous-decision win over Josesito Lopez.
His last fight was a victory over Abel Ramos via a majority decision, so facing Ennis would be a step up in class.
Ennis is considered the boogeyman in the division, with a 30-0 record that includes 27 KOs. Despite being linked to big fights with Errol Spence Jr. and Terrence Crawford, nothing has materialized in that regard.
With that being said, Crowley is keen on facing Ennis.
“Of course [I would fight Enis], any fight that makes me better. Any fight that’s gonna make me grow. I wanna be the best, I believe I am the best so I gotta prove it by beating people that others may think is better than me,” Crowley said.