‘Where You At?’: Terence Crawford Tells ‘Big Fish’ Errol Spence He Wants To Fight
Terence Crawford continues to call out Errol Spence Jr for a fight – this time in a trolling matter.
Crawford (38-0, 29 KOs) made the call out on his Instagram account while in the ocean on Monday.
“I’m looking for you, Errol. Where you at?” Crawford screams, going through the water. “I’m in the ocean, you say you the big fish, I’m looking for you. Where your a– at?”
“You got a lot of room to hide in this m—f—ker, I don’t know if I can find you in the ocean. The ocean bigger than a m—f—ker, man. We ain’t gonna be able to find your punk a— out here. Got a lot of places to hide.”
The WBO welterweight champion has been asking for this unification fight for a while now, but has been unable to secure it with Top Rank. Spence, who is signed with Premier Boxing Champions, currently holds the IBF and WBC welterweight titles.
Crawford most recently TKO’d Shawn Porter in a successful title defense on November 20. Porter has since retired and now Crawford is a free agent, out of his contract with Top Rank.
Spence has not fought in a year after suffering an eye injury, which forced him out of his anticipated fight against Manny Pacquiao, who has also since retired after losing to replacement Yordenis Ugas.
Crawford previously told Porter that he didn’t want to fight him. He wanted Spence or Keith Thurman. And now, with that fight out of the way, Crawford is back to targeting Spence, the two-belt champion.