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Crawford On Fighting Boots Ennis: “Lose-lose, I Deserve To Do Whatever I Want”



Jaron ‘Boots’ Ennis is not in Terrence Crawford’s future plans because he wants to capitalize on his win over Errol Spence to take the big name for the rest of his career in a rematch with Errol, then Jermel Charlo and maybe Canelo Alvarez if he agrees to drop 10 pounds to 158 to give him a huge handicap to help him out. on the win.

With Crawford explicitly saying he’s not interested in fighting Boots, it’s good that the Nebraska native is up 154 ​​because the last thing fans need is another champion who refuses to fight with his mandatory challenger.

IBF warmup required in Crawford at 147.
Having tasted a lot of money in his fight with Spence, Crawford just wants the same paid days with the big stars and won’t be back to fight the young rookies.

There is debate as to whether Jermell will return to 154 as his life could change overnight if he beats Canelo on September 30th.

The point is, Crawford might have a chance of fighting either Jermell or Canelo, because those are fighting at 168 and it’s going to be hard for them to get down to 154.

At the moment, Crawford is seriously considering Jermell returning to the 154-pound to fight after his win-or-lose bout against Canelo on Sept. 30.

Crawford (40-0, 31 KOs) considers the bout against Butts Ennis a “lost” situation as he will not gain credibility from the boxing crowd due to the 26-year-old’s lack of experience and integrity.

Terrence has struggled with the affair because many boxing fans have discredited him against Spence, 33, stating that he was exhausted in the July 29 bout.

Spence has been known to use boot camp as a big ranch, growing from 200lbs to 147lbs by dieting and running a lot. Spence is said to have climbed five miles in the hot Nevada sun a week before the game against Crawford.

“Fighting Boots is a lose-lose situation. If I win, they’re going say, ‘He was young, he wasn’t ready,” said Terence Crawford to Breakfast Club Power about his lack of interest in fighting Jaron ‘Boots’ Ennis. ”

“This kid’s never been tested before. I’m trying to go up and fight Jermell Charlo. That’s history in the making. I’ve worked my a** off to get to where I am, and I deserve to do whatever the f*** I want to do.

“I don’t care what nobody says, how anybody feels, f*** ’em.”