Terence Crawford says he's 'ready' to fight the Canelo-Charlo winner

Terence Crawford said he's "ready" to move from welterweight all the way to super middleweight if it meant challenging for the undisputed championship in that division.

All the major world titles at 168-pounds are currently wrapped around Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez's waist, and the Mexican fighter puts them on the line for a September 30 showdown against Jermell Charlo at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Ever since Crawford produced one of the all-time great 147-pound performances when he slayed Errol Spence Jr. with ease last month, there has been speculation as to what move he might make next.

There's a possible rematch against Spence he'll be contractually obligated to make should his rival invoke it, but there's also another big match to make against Charlo.

Crawford, though, said on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast Friday that he has no problem fighting Canelo — even if it could only happen at 168-pounds.

"To go up from 147lbs to 168lbs and to win — wow," he told Joe Rogan. "I wanna be three-time undisputed."

As for when the fight could take place, Crawford said he's "ready now."

He added: "People think it's all about weight, but I think it's skill. I've got the power to make anybody respect me, I don't care what your weight is."