(Photo : Al Bello/Getty Images) LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Terence Crawford celebrates along with his championship belts after defeating Errol Spence Jr. within the World Welterweight Championship bout at T-Mobile Arena on July 29, 2023, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Undisputed welterweight champion of the world, Terence Crawford, is the person of the second after profitable the game’s most anticipated struggle final Sunday, simply dismantling Errol Spence Jr. in 9 rounds.
The 35-year-old’s triumph in Las Vegas has led to different elite boxers dreaming of a bit of motion with him.
Gervonta “Tank” Davis, who gained a highly-publicized struggle over Ryan Garcia in April, has beforehand made a daring declaration of knocking out Crawford in six rounds in a possible battle.
Gervonta Davis says he would beat Terence Crawford in 6 rounds 👀 pic.twitter.com/PiyvV2Mqbe
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“At 147? I tap that chin and you know he’s going to sleep. [He’s] got no chance – round six,” the 28-year-old stated.
This led to a resounding response from Crawford.
“Tank is at a lower weight class than me. He’s at 135lbs, I’m at 147 lbs. I would never [make 135 lbs now]. Nah, I wouldn’t say that it’ll happen,” Crawford stated in a current look on the HOT97 podcast.
Terence Crawford additionally shuts down a possible Canelo struggle
The undisputed welterweight champion doesn’t see anybody else on the extent of Terence Crawford vs. Errol Spence apart from a possible struggle with Mexican Canelo Alvarez. However, Crawford doesn’t see the struggle occurring.
“[Canelo] fights at 168-plus, so I don’t see him and me fighting,” Crawford stated, including that 154lbs is realistically the utmost weight he can attain given his age.
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