Spence on Crawford’s Russian rival: “I don’t know who it is. I’ll go up to the 1st middle”


WBC/WBA/IBF welterweight belt holder (up to 66.7 kg) Errol Spence (28-0, 22 KOs) is disappointed with another breakdown in negotiations for a super fight against WBO champion Terence Crawford (38-0, 29 KOs) and declares in his hearts about readiness to move to the first middle division (up to 69.9 kg).

Crawford, recall, spit on everything and decided on December 10 to fight with David Avanesyan (29-3-1, 17 KOs). And although Terence said he would be ready to fight Spence after defeating the Russian, Errol is disappointed.

“[Кроуфорд] stupid for months; I could fight in November,” he tweeted. – I have been fighting in this weight for over 10 years; it’s not the easiest and most fun shit.”

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“I don’t know who it is,” Spence said in an interview.
Dallasnews about Crawford’s rival Avanesian. – Well, now everyone can see who is slowing down our fight. This is Crawford. I need to talk to the manager, but I already told them that I have been at this weight for too long. Don’t know. Maybe I’ll get up.”

For the fight with Avanesyan, Crawford will receive an astronomical fee.

But back in July, the veteran businessman explained why the Spence-Crawford fight might not take place.