Errol Spence Jr. Pens an Eight-Word Cheeky Reply Following Terence Crawford’s Call-Out

Published 05/01/2022, 5:56 PM EDT
Errol Spence Jr at weigh-in

Errol Spence Jr recently took the headlines by a storm as he defeated Yordenis Ugas to become the unified welterweight champion. However, celebrations didn’t last long as his great rival, Terence Crawford has his eyes set on defeating him.

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LOS ANGELES, CA – SEPTEMBER 28: Erroll Spence Jr. wins the IBF & WBC World Welterweight Championship fight | Courtesy: Getty Images

Spence and Crawford exchanged heavy blows on Twitter in a war of words among them. This online battle could be transferred to the squared circle for the undisputed welterweight title.

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Errol Spence Jr hits back at Terence Crawford

It all started with Spence insulting former heavyweight boxer Brian McIntyre by tweeting a picture of his boxing record. Crawford saw his opportunity to take a jab at Spence as he tweeted his own boxing record and stated that he will beat Spence and not McIntyre.

However, Spence wasn’t taken aback by this tweet as he wittily came back with a remark stating that he will make Crawford’s undefeated record 38-1 by delivering his first loss.

Things didn’t end there as the WBO welterweight champion replied by calling Spence a “comedian”

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He went on to say that the unified welterweight champion has started talking aimlessly without any control.

Once again, The Truth hit back with a stern reply as he claimed that he will save all the comedy for when he beats Crawford.

This exciting match-up between the two champions is not only entertaining on Twitter but also inside the squared circle and it makes up for a history main event.

Will we see Spence take on Crawford?

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The two have been going back and forth with each for quite some time. However, there haven’t been any official announcements of a match yet. Although, following his emphatic win against Ugas, Spence stated in his post-fight interview that he wants to take on Crawford.

Similarly, after a career-best performance by Crawford against Shawn Porter, he called Spence in his post-fight interview in the ring. Spence vs. Crawford promises to be a spectacle as the two fighters are ready to take each other on and become the undisputed welterweight champion.

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WATCH THIS STORY: Yordenis Ugas Struggling With Online ‘Hate’ Following Beatdown by Errol Spence Jr.

What do you think about Spence’s response to Crawford? Do you want to see Spence take on Crawford to be the undisputed welterweight champion? Let us know in the comments below.

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Darsh Karkera

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Darsh Karkera is a Boxing author at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his masters in Clinical Psychology at CHRIST University, Bangalore. According to Darsh himself, the one and only one thing that fuels him, is sports.

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