Terence Crawford Means Business Ahead Of Fight With David Avanesyan

Welterweight sensation and current pound-for-pound king, Terence “Bud” Crawford is setting on having a productive 2022 or at least finically fruitful as he faces the WBO #6 ranked challenger, David Avanesyan. The fight takes place at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Neb. on December 10, live on pay-per-view.

“David Avanesyan is a good fighter. He’s on a good winning streak, and beat a guy in the U.K., in Josh Kelly who people thought was going to be a star. I have to train like I am facing King Kong on December 10th, because Avanesyan has everything to gain and nothing to lose. I know he is going to bring everything on December 10th, so I’m not looking past him. This will be the best Avanesyan, so I have to be the best Terence Crawford,” said Crawford. “It is business as usual. It’s great to have a fight date and a goal to work toward. I have a solid group of guys who are pushing me every single day, and we had a close-knit community during camp. This was one of my best camps, and I am motivated to put on a show for my fans in Omaha, who have had my back from the start of my career."

Crawford, who is ready to put the past behind him is sick of hearing all the talk about a potential super-fight with Errol Spence Jr., as he is fighting a game and dangerous opponent on Saturday.

“My goal is to remind the world that world I am the best fighter on the planet so everyone needs to tune in December 10 on this new BLK Prime PPV platform. I am fighting not just to be the best, but to give fighters fair and equitable treatment in negotiations moving forward.”

Crawford will return for the first time this year, being viewed as one of the best fighters in the world.