Crawford vs. Spence: A Clash With Knockout Potential

Terence Crawford (39-0, 30 KOs), the WBO welterweight champion, has made a bold statement, expressing his intention to finish Errol Spence Jr. if he senses any vulnerability when they meet on July 29th, 2023.

Crawford’s ambition to secure a knockout victory against a top-tier opponent showcases his desire to solidify his position in the welterweight division.

Spence has been inactive since his victory over Yordenis Ugás, as question marks emerge over whether or not he is the same fighter following his two car accidents.

Meanwhile, skeptics question whether Crawford’s previous success was a result of carefully managed opposition since his move up to welterweight.

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“I assure you, it won’t be like none of the other fights. If I get him hurt, I’m going for the knockout. I don’t have a 100% ratio of knockouts in the welterweight division for nothing. Since moving up, I became meaner, stronger, and punching harder,” Crawford

“As soon as I get in the ring, I’m stepping, and I expect him to step too. We’re going to put on a great show,” Errol Spence 

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