“I Wouldn’t Advise Him To”: Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford’s Common Opponent Gives Important Advice to Bud Regarding Possible ‘Saul’ Fight

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In a sport like boxing, where speculations about fights between two contenders can spark a fierce rivalry, two fighters have been making the headlines. Terence Crawford and Canelo Alvarez have forged a rivalry despite fighting in two different weight divisions. After Crawford became the only male boxer to hold all major titles in two different weight divisions, he desired to fight Canelo. However, Amir Khan does not agree with the decision!

The boxing world has been buzzing with excitement with the probability of these two behemoths clashing in the ring. Nevertheless, many voices have predicted the journey for Crawford would not be easy. Among those voices, Amir Khan recently appeared in an interview with ES News to express his thoughts on the potential fight. It’s worth mentioning that Khan previously faced both Canelo and Crawford.
While appearing in an interview with ES News, Elie Seckbach questioned Khan about his thoughts on a potential Canelo vs. Crawford fight. Having fought both fighters during his career, Khan quickly responded with some advice. Khan suggested that size is a big deal in a boxing match, so he wouldn’t advise Crawford to take the fight.
“Size makes a big difference, man. Even though Crawford’s my friend, I wouldn’t advise him to take that fight,” Khan told ES News. He went on to justify his advice by claiming that the fight would take too much out of the 40-0 undefeated boxer. Khan also added that ‘Bud’ doesn’t need to fight Canelo. “He doesn’t need to do anything. He doesn’t need to fight Canelo,” said Khan.

Demetrius Andrade’s Coach warns Crawford

Amir Khan isn’t alone in thinking Crawford would have a hard time with Canelo Alvarez. Even Demetrius Andrade’s Coach, Andre Rozier, thinks weight classes are important. While appealing in a recent interview with Fight Hub TV, Rozier advised Crawford to leave Canelo alone. “Leave the big man alone. Weight classes do count,” said Rozier.

He went on to suggest that the only places where weight doesn’t count are the streets and BKB. Rozier also added that Crawford should only consider moving up weight classes if he seriously wanted the fight while warning Crawford it wouldn’t go well. “Do not, I repeat, do not consider unless you just wanna make that fight, Canelo. It’s not gonna be good,” said Rozier.


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