Crawford forgets Spence

We’ll have to wait to see the unification match between Crawford and Spence. Terence Crawford (38-0-0, 29 KO) affirms that he will face Russian David Avanesyan (29-3-1, 17 KO) on December 10 and that he is tired of waiting for Errol Spence since “he doesn’t want to box as much as he does”. The meeting has not yet been made official, although the American boxer already takes it for granted.

It is not the clash that the public wanted to see, which has been waiting for a long time to see the unification combat. Terence Crawford is the current WBO champion and Errol Spence (28-0-0, 22 KO) of the IBF, WBA and WBC, so a meeting between them would mean the unification of the welterweight category titles. Bud He assures that he has been looking for the fight for months, accepting conditions and that “Spence was nowhere to be found when he tried to close the deal.” He hadn’t fought since he beat Shawn Porter via 10th-round TKO in November of last year. Crawford has not wanted to leave this year blank.

Errol Spence has not taken the news very well. The Truth He has assured that Crawford is to blame for the fight not having taken place yet. “He’s been stuck for months,” Spence shares on his Twitter account, “Could have fought in November…” He has also commented that he does not even know who David Avanesyan is, as he is not one of the most outstanding boxers in the category.

The announced match has disappointed many, but Crawford says he is very excited about the match. He also comments that he will win a large purse with the crash, about 10 million dollars guaranteed. It seems that he will have to wait at least next year to see this unification, if Spence is still interested in it after Crawford has stood him up.

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