Crawford’s Coach Wants Thurman If The Spence Rematch Doesn’t Happen

Terence Crawford’s coach, Bernie Davis, has suggested a fight with Keith Thurman if the rematch with Errol Spence Jr. does not go ahead. 

Bud stopped Spence in the ninth round to become the first undisputed welterweight champion of the four-belt era.

Despite the one-sided nature of the fight, Spence indicated his desire to run things back at 154.

However, in the heat of the moment, Spence’s reaction was expected, given his desire to put on a better showing.

However, if the ‘Truth’ decides against the rematch, then Thurman could be an option. 

The latter would prove to be a good introduction to the 154-pound division, having been linked with a fight against Spence prior to the latter fighting Crawford.

And given that Thurman is the former unified welterweight champion, ‘One Time’ does have credibility despite his injury and inactivity problems. 

“We should have already been there [154]. If I’m him [Crawford], then I’m fighting Keith Thurman. If the Errol Spence rematch don’t happen, then I’m fighting Keith Thurman. And if I’m not fighting Keith Thurman, then I’m fighting Jermell Charlo.

“Tank, Boots, Keith Thurman. Bud is a ticket-seller; Bud is a highlight guy. I think Keith Thurman can sell the fight,” Davis 

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