Tim Bradley announces that Terence Crawford will face Errol Spence Jr. for the undisputed welterweight title. The fight is expecting to take place within the next six months. Tim Bradley believes Crawford (38-0, 29 KOs), the WBO 147-pound champion, has more sides to his sport than IBF/WBA/WBC champion Spence (28-0, 22 KOs).

However, Crawford switching to a right-handed stance would barely throw Spence off. Given that he’s spent the majority of his career fighting right-handed boxers. Therefore, Terence no advantage if he starts changing stances frequently.

Spence’s thrashing of WBA champion Yordenis Ugas on Saturday night. At AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas confirmed that he’ll be a headache for Crawford. Spence’s high-volume striking, as well as his energy and toughness, will be a significant challenge for Crawford.

Crawford’s legs will taken away by the body punching that Spence demonstrated in that fight, forcing him to face Errol. Crawford lacks the toughness to take such a stand against Spence. And he’ll end up looking like a butterfly without wings.

Bradley appreciates Crawford’s ability

Tim Bradley
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On the undisputed welterweight battle between Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford. Tim Bradley told Fight Hub TV: “I believe each person gotten to provide and take and negotiate it to the point where both camp pleased with it.”

“I wouldn’t mind seeing a 50-50 battle, but these aren’t my negotiations.” It’s up to Terence and Spence to negotiate, and it’s up to these men to get the fight won in any way they can,” Tim Bradley added

Crawford will have to be intelligent when it comes to talks, or the fight with Spence will not take place. Errol has three belts to Crawford’s one, he’s the PPV draw, and he’s pulling in massive numbers. As we noticed final Saturday night time on the AT&T Stadium.

In choosing Crawford over Spence, Tim Bradley declared, “I’m going Terence Crawford by knockout both 9 and ten.” “What do you mean? To my friend, I believe I said eleven rounds. “I’m going Terence Crawford for a knockout in eleven rounds,” Tim Bradley remarked.

Crawford will be in the firing line of his body pictures if he chooses to go for a knockout of Spence. Crawford will double over like Ugas, unable to throw, maneuver around the ring. And simply taking a battering as soon as Spence begins hitting body shots.