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“Don’t Start This Narrative”: 4 Months After Superfight, Boxing World Debunks the Viral Video Showing Terence Crawford Illegally Wrapped His Hands to Beat Errol Spence Jr

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When Errol Spence Jr. squared off against Terence Crawford in July this year, ‘Bud’ completely dismantled ‘The Truth’. In addition to being more active, Crawford landed some significant and accurate shots on Errol that found the latter in a fix. Eventually, with his ruthless power and technical intelligence, ‘Bud’ wobbled and stopped Spence Jr. in the ring.

Despite being shockingly outboxed, as per the latest updates, Errol Spence Jr. exercised his contractual right and asked for a rematch at 154lbs. At this, although several entities lauded Spence Jr.’s warrior spirit, they hoped he would consider retirement given the magnitude of the injuries he sustained in life. In this context, while the boxing world contemplated the potential outcome of Spence Jr. vs. ‘Bud,’ recently an X user accused Crawford of cheating against ‘The Truth.’

According to a random user, Terence Crawford put tape directly on the skin. In their opinion, it is an illegal method of intensifying his punching power. At this, while the user accused Crawford of cheating, several fans objected to the shared brief clip. Here is what they are saying:

According to one, since it has been four months, people should move on. In this context, they added, “Spence got washed“.

Well, it seems Crawford did not cheat against ‘The Truth.’ At this, we can only hope that Spence Jr. would come back stronger should he rematch ‘Bud.’ However, while Spence Jr. wishes to fight Crawford again, the latter’s trainer feels ‘Bud’ will again humiliate ‘The Truth.’

Crawford’s trainer believes the outcome of Spence Jr. vs. ‘Bud’ II will be the same as the first fight

According to Brian McIntyre, irrespective of the weight class, the result of Spence Jr. vs. ‘Bud’ II will be the same. Likewise, following his recent release from jail, McIntyre said, “The same thing is going to happen.” “If that happened at 160, if that happened at 147 [or] if it happened at 122 pounds, it’s still gonna be the same damn thing.” he reiterated.

 

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