Spence was comprehensively outclassed, as Crawford stopped the former unified welterweight champion to become the first undisputed welterweight champion of the four-belt era.
In his post-fight comments, Spence did not shy away from a rematch. He indicated his intention to fight again at 154 pounds, something which Crawford did not rule out.
And by the looks of it, Spence has brushed off the defeat with his following posts.
Congrats to @terencecrawford good shit ! …hopefully we can do it again before the end of the year ..
— Errol Spence (@ErrolSpenceJr) July 30, 2023
Errol Spence on Instagram today after the Terence Crawford defeat… pic.twitter.com/cTQnz1AdrG
— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) July 31, 2023
A rematch at 154 may give Spence a better chance. The former has been at 147 for most of his career, as the weight cut for the huge welterweight may have taken its toll.
However, Crawford also admitted that making 147 was ‘tight.’ So would a rematch change the outcome? Time will tell if it does end up materializing.