Fight Spence – Crawford: the absolute champion Haney got drunk with a forecast


Rumor has it that on November 19 in Las Vegas (USA), Americans Errol Spence (28-0, 22 KOs) and Terence Crawford (38-0, 29 KOs) will determine the absolute welterweight champion and, perhaps, the leader P4P rating.

The owner of all belts in lightweight American Devin Haney (28-0, 15 KOs) is pleased with the news, but somehow he has problems with the forecast.
happened: “I like both. I love both Spence and Crawford. In this confrontation, I just want to be an ordinary boxing fan – I just want to enjoy the fight. I really can’t pick a favorite. No kidding. As for me, the chances are 50/50. I admit that, figuratively speaking, one night will be a little stronger, and the other will be a little stronger the next. It is for this reason that I want to see not one, but at least two of their face-to-face fights. I even admit that the first fight will end in a knockout, and in the second everything will change exactly the opposite.

Haney is sure that “they are very equal. Much will depend on the chosen strategy. The same Crawford is sometimes very aggressive. And in such moments, he is perhaps more vulnerable. That is, Terence’s aggression can play into the hands of Errol. By Spence? Well, he has a great jab, great power, good technical skills. But, I admit that Crawford, who changes stances during the fight and is even more technically savvy, can become a kind of “kryptonite” for Errol.

Haney is also preparing for the battle for the title of the absolute: on October 16 in Melbourne (Australia) he will give revenge to the local former division leader George Kambosos. Previously, the champion had a lot of complaints about magazine The Ring. He doesn’t understand “why is Lomachenko in their P4P?” and for this reason, with a scandal, he abandoned the belt according to the magazine.