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Terence Crawford Makes a Retirement Threat

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Terence Crawford has made hints that he might hang up the mitts, even if he is still enjoying the performance of his career.
The welterweight from Omaha, Nebraska is a two-division undisputed champion. He participated in what many are referring to as the Fight of the Year back in July, when Crawford was unanimously voted the Fighter of the Year for his elegant handling of fellow undefeated world champion Errol Spence Jr.

After losing to the four-belt champion at super lightweight in August 2017, Crawford is considering his options in light of a scheduled rematch that has not yet been confirmed.

He has been associated with a number of competitors, most notably Jaron “Boots” Ennis, whom he has quickly disregarded, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, though the disparity in weight classes makes that fight all but impossible.

Crawford hinted that he might have one more in a recent post on X, but he might not.

I may or may not give you guys one more because you don’t know how to recognize it when you see it.

Crawford seemed to feel undervalued for his contributions, despite being at the top of numerous rankings based only on his weight.
Teofimo Lopez, on the other hand, disagrees, having called out “Bud” for a brawl and disparaging Crawford’s resume this past week. Crawford answered right away, labeling Lopez “a p***y.”
He also made a suggestion recently that his next fight might not happen.

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