Terence Crawford Says There's Only One Man Who Can Beat Him

Photo: Instagram/Terence Crawford

Terence Crawford, a top name in boxing, isn't ready to stop. He's aiming for more big fights to add to his legacy.

Last year, Crawford made history by defeating Errol Spence Jr. in a much-anticipated fight. Many thought the match would be even, but Crawford dominated and won in the ninth round. This victory made him the first undisputed champion in two weight divisions during the four-belt era.

Now, Crawford has his eyes on Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez, the super-middleweight champion. To fight Canelo, Crawford would need to move up three weight classes, but he’s confident he can handle it.

Photo: Instagram/Terence Crawford

On the Earn Your Leisure podcast, Crawford said the only person who can beat him is himself. "My mindset is always, win at all costs. 

Make sure I'm in top shape and prepared for whatever the opponent brings. I believe that I'm Terence Crawford and nobody can beat me unless I beat myself."

Crawford's journey to fight Canelo starts with his debut at 154 pounds against WBA champion Israil Madrimov on August 3 in Los Angeles.

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