Terence Crawford’s trainer, Brian McIntryre, says his fighter, who is scheduled to return on Oct. 24, could face Manny Pacquiao in March or April of 2016.
Former RING lightweight champ Terence Crawford talking about winning the BWAA 2014 Fighter of the Year award, his recent move to the 140-pound division where he recently earned the vacant WBO title, and the possibility of fighting Lucas Matthysse.
Cruiserweight Murat Gassiev showed his potential, Lucas Matthysee and Ruslan Provodnikov delivered and Terence Crawford took care of business this weekend, but boxing could stand to spread the wealth a bit.
Fan share their thoughts on Lucas Matthysse’s hard-fought maj. decision over Ruslan Provodnikov, Andrzej Fonfara’s ninth-round stoppage of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., Terence Crawford’s WBO 140-pound title-winning TKO of Thomas Dulorme, and other boxing subjects including mythical matchups in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!
Junior welterweight standout Thomas Dulorme put together a “mini-dream team” of Puerto Rican trainers to help him prepare for his first title shot against former lightweight champ Terence Crawford on Saturday. Dulorme says he’s ready show his skills and shock the boxing world by upsetting the unbeaten American.
From a virtual unknown in 2013 to THE RING lightweight champ and BWAA Fighter of the Year in 2014 is quite a leap, but Terence Crawford is unfazed by his newfound social status. The only thing he is concerned about is making a successful jump to junior welterweight on Saturday when he takes on Thomas Dulorme.
A bout with the flu has caused WBA featherweight titleholder Nicholas Walters to pull out of a planned March 21 doubleheader at the Theater in Madison Square Garden.
Former welterweight champ Buddy McGirt, now a noted trainer, shared his thoughts with boxing fans during the first REAL TALK of 2015. McGirt talked about the best he fought during the 1980s and ’90s, the differences between this era and his era, fighters he’s high on (Terence Crawford) and not so high on (Adrien Broner).
RING lightweight champion Terence Crawford and WBA featherweight titlist Nicholas Walters could fight in separate bouts at the Theater in Madison Square Garden on March 21.
A junior welterweight bout between RING lightweight champion Terence Crawford and Chris Algieri for the vacant WBO 140-pound title is currently being discussed, Top Rank CEO Bob Arum confirmed to RingTV.com on Wednesday.
Steve Nelson, a top amateur light heavyweight with a chance to make the U.S. 2016 Olympic team, and RING lightweight champ Terence Crawford have a special bond dating back to their Omaha, Nebraska roots.