Crawford appears to move on from rematch with Spence Jr.

Unified world welterweight champion Terence Crawford appears to suggest a rematch with Errol Spence Jr. will no longer happen, and he's now seeking to move on from his long-time divisional rival.

Crawford produced the most clinical, destructive, and impressive performance of his career July 29 when he dropped Spence three times to become a two-weight undisputed champion after a ninth-round stoppage win.

Both fighters indicated after the bout that a rematch could take place at 154-pounds rather than 147, and, per the bout agreement, Spence later activated a rematch clause.

No official date or location has been confirmed for the rematch, and this was further pushed back when Spence announced he had eye surgery earlier this week.

“It’s been past due [the surgery],” Spence wrote in a post. “Shit was covering my eye. Why [do] you think I got hit with so many jabs and hooks? Still a great performance by bro [Crawford].

Crawford responded to Spence's comments by saying he had postponed three individual surgeries and questioning the legitimacy of Spence's eye issues prior to their undisputed showdown.

“Last I can recall we definitely get our eyes checked before every fight I’m just saying,” Crawford wrote on X. “Any boxer would know that. But casual fans will say and make up anything.”

Crawford added: “Yeah, I need three surgeries that I haven’t got so [does that make] me handicap[ed] as well?"

Crawford commented Friday that he will now move on. The latest X comments by Crawford suggest that further delays have been mentioned to the unified welterweight champion, much to his frustration.

“I done heard it all now [Spence] it’s ok tho because all in all I’m glad it’s over and done with. I wish you well ma brotha,” Crawford posted.

Crawford vs Spence had been expected to feature in PBC’s upcoming PPV agreement with Amazon Prime.