Terence Crawford Shreds Errol Spence’s Resume
Before establishing himself as a bonafide superstar, the current unified welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. would say two words before stepping foot into the ring, i.e., man down.
As the years have passed, the Dallas native has brought a new claim to his dictionary, i.e., the big fish.
The 32-year-old believes that regardless of whether Terence Crawford owns the WBO title, he comfortably sits on top of the welterweight landscape. But, on the other hand, The fellow American says otherwise.
“You not the head honcho,” said Crawford during an interview on The Good Fight with Kate Abdo. “You ain’t beat me.”
Both the boxers are yet to settle their differences in the ring. However, a few days ago, there was a feeling that a showdown between the two Americans was around the corner.
However, Crawford decided to go against the negotiations. Instead, he announced that he would make a return against fringe contender David Avanesyan on December 10th.
“Errol signature wins, I would say, Kell Brook, Shawn Porter, you’re going to put Mikey Garcia and Danny Garcia and Ugas. Even though Danny Garcia never won a significant fight at 147, he didn’t beat anybody, and he lost to everybody.
“Even though Mikey Garcia never fought in the division before. Even though Ugas has been beaten numerous times, Shawn Porter had already been beaten, Kell Brook had already been beaten. I’m stating facts.”