Freddie Roach believes Terrence Crawford will win against Errol Spence Jr



by ARYAN LAKHANI

Freddie Roach believes Terrence Crawford will win against Errol Spence Jr

The battle between the undefeated welterweights is less than a few weeks away; the whole world is waiting to see Terrence Crawford vs Errol Spence Jr – both fighter’s undefeated records and belts are at stake; one will fall, and one will rise.

The former professional boxer Freddie Roach recently revealed that he is supporting Terrence Crawford. The match promises to be super-entertaining even after leaving the undefeated records out of the equation, as both fighters have a high-knockout rate.

Errol Spence is firm about his next moves; if he wins against Terrence Crawford, he will most likely make a jump to 154 pounds (Middleweight).

Freddie Roach on Crawford vs Spence

In an interview with Fight Hype, Freddie Roach shared his thoughts on Crawford vs Spence and revealed that he is on Crawford’s side.

“I have Crawford,” Roach said, as quoted by boxingnews24.com. “I like him; he’s a friend of mine, he’s a good person, and he goes out there with his game plan. He might turn southpaw or righty in the second out, and then he carries through,” Roach further said: “I like him a lot.

I think he’s one of the best fighters in the world today. I think he’s thoughtful, and he counter-punches really well. His opponent [Spence] is there aggressive, and he’s had a tough life over the last year”.

It is worth knowing that Terrence Crawford is currently on an 8 match knockout streak, he should be looking forward to extending it, and we will soon find out if he can deliver a violent performance. The outcome of this event will break down to the willingness to win; both fighters are very talented, but hunger will play a more dominating role than talent.

Crawford vs Spence is expected to be one of the biggest boxing events of the year, somebody’s ‘0’ is going to go after the 29th of July, and it will be very interesting to see the outcome of this highly-anticipated event.

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