Crawford became the first undisputed welterweight champion of the four-belt era as he stopped Spence in the ninth round with a dominant performance.
Meanwhile, Ennis’ confidence is riding high after his tenth-round stoppage win over Roiman Villa.
And with both fighters being undefeated, an Ennis-Crawford bout would undoubtedly whet the appetite of boxing fans.
Nevertheless, the chances of this happening are very slim. Crawford and Spence have a rematch clause in place, allowing the loser to activate it.
In the aftermath, Spence made it clear that he intended to face Crawford in a rematch, preferably at 154. In response, Crawford was open to a rematch at junior middleweight.
And if that were to happen, then a fight with Ennis is out of the question. Regardless, Ennis has made it clear in the past that he wanted the winner of Spence and Crawford.
“I believe I’m the best option. I feel like everybody wants to see me versus Spence or me versus Bud. I don’t think they want to see nobody else fight them,” Ennis