“Man, Crawford all over the place, dog,” Charlo said while relaxing at what looked like his house on Instagram Live. “Matter of fact, we from Texas making Crawford popular. Shout out to the Charlo twins, Errol Spence for making Crawford noticeable in boxing. Cuz the mother---er ain’t fight in I don’t know how long. I don’t know how y’all still got him on the pound-for-pound. But I guess he won some kind of undisputed title when he was at 140. But it’s a whole ‘nother level when you take a notch up. Y’all people don’t really understand that because at 140 they don’t hit the same as 147 and once you get to 154, oh God, who the king?”
This came on the heels of Crawford saying that he’d be open to moving 154 lbs to fight Jermell Charlo.
“Crawford’s just jealous,” Charlo added. “Crawford, he scared of Spence and he don’t want to fight cuz he’s chicken, right,” Charlo continued. “He want to try and get to the money. Everybody over here chasing the bag. I hear you. I’m chasin the bag for my family here.”
Terence Crawford wasted no time in replying back as responded by simply saying
“Hi @TwinCharlo, how you doing buddy,” on social media.
Crawford faces David Avanesyan (29-3-1, 17 KOs) on Dec. 10 at CHI Health Center, on BLK Prime PPV, is next for Crawford, but a potential fight with Jermell Charlo would be huge.