The two fighters will face off for the undisputed welterweight title in a bout that will define the greatest welterweight of this era.
In the process of doing so, Crawford has the chance to become undisputed in two weight divisions having achieved the feat at 140 lbs.
And following Crawford’s arrival to Vegas this week, he looked sharp in front of the media.
Thereafter, Crawford and his coach, Brian McIntyre, had a lot to say.
“This is one of the best camps we’ve had. You got to be on time with this camp when you’re dealing with a fighter of Terence caliber, so you got to be on point.
“He’s going to eat his words because Bud is going to win. That’s throwing fuel on the fire. I’m not worried about no size. He better be worried about Terence’s size, if anything. All that crap they talking about this big and that big. We’ll find out,” BoMac said
“As long as Errol brings his A-game, I know for a fact that you’re going to see a performance that you’ve never seen out of Terence.
“They should have got him when he first moved up to welterweight before he cleared the division out. As he moved up, he’s getting bigger & bigger, and as he’s getting bigger, he’s getting wiser.
“That’s the great part about going into this fight. His ring IQ is elevated, and his weight is elevated in the right way,” Bomac stated
“I’m winning this fight. I’m not thinking about what’s going to happen in the rematch. I’m winning this fight and he’s going to have to decide what he’s going to do.
“I just envision myself getting my hand raised. I never go in there thinking, ‘Oh yeah, I’m getting this knockout’ or ‘Yeah, I’m going to beat him all twelve rounds’ because a fight is a fight. But my hand will be raised,” Crawford revealed
“Of course, this fight is very important for my legacy and very important for me personally. Come next week on the 29th; it’s going to be a sweet moment to actually get Errol Spence on my record,” Crawford stated