After being named the welterweight champion for many years, Terence Crawford is happy to know that someone has decided to take her. On November 20, at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, Crawford will enter his WBO title as he tests the toughest test in his career with Shawn Porter.
Crawford, 38, loves writers and journalists who share his writings. So for Porter, Crawford is not only the face of welterweight athletes twice, but one is still competing in his career.
Although Crawford knows that Porter is one of the most competitive players, he does not want to be called the big winner for £ 147 million.
“He’s one of them,” Crawford said after being asked about his massive program against Porter.
Porter, a native of Akron, Ohio, complained and jumped off a competition list from members of the popular WBO and WBC teams. Even Porter tried by chance to criticize the aide of co-founder Errol Spence Jr. again, in the wake of the September 2019 program by a small deal, Porter decided to leave his position in the WBO. Porter also claims that Crawford is the team leader and provides a lot of stories around the ring.
Crawford, on the other hand, sees Porter as more of a chance to dig deeper into his intelligence bag than ever before. With the pound star stopping all his troops since he started gaining weight in 2018, he has fooled his opponents.
With that said, Crawford declared that even if Porter’s opponents were struggling, Porter’s first opponent could be a big problem.
“I don’t think Porter is the only fat who can show my talent at the highest level. I thank Keith Thurman a great hero in my eyes.”
For the past five years, Thurman and Porter have continued to fight in 2016. Thurman eventually found a split and joined him in a rival race. Danny Garcia the following year.
Meanwhile, Thurman resigned. But as Crawford sees Thurman’s past, he is convinced that at one point, Thurman was a warrior.