According to “BoMac,” Terence Crawford would defeat Canelo Alvarez’s “A” just as he did Errol Spence Jr.

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Terence Crawford‘s training photo, which was posted last month, sparked some interesting theories. The welterweight champion appears to have added significant muscle, raising speculations about a possible move up in weight and a blockbuster fight against Canelo Alvarez. While Canelo is booked to fight Jaime Munguia in May, his next possible step can be anybody’s guess.

And with Jermall Charlo potentially out of the picture, Crawford’s name is rising to the top of the contender list. Furthermore, even Crawford’s team believes that the two-weight undisputed champion would dominate the Mexican boxer. In a recent interview, Crawford’s head trainer answered why Canelo Alvarez is a tough opponent for Crawford.

In an interview with FightHype, Brian McIntyre was asked questions surrounding the potential fight between Terence Crawford and Canelo Alvarez. Well, it’s safe to say that McIntyre isn’t too worried about that fight, as he believes that Crawford can easily “outbox” the undisputed super-middleweight champion.

The moment McIntyre was asked about his thoughts on the fight. He answered, “Bud beats his a**.” Well, this prompted more questions from the media, and they wanted to know more.

‘BoMac’ said, “Outbox his a**. Just outbox him and s**t.” Then he was asked about the weight difference between the two fighters. “It don’t matter. Bud’s been fighting big people all day, all his f***ing life,” McIntyre responded.

He also stated that Alvarez’s much-vaunted head movement wouldn’t cause much of a problem to the Omaha native.  He said, “That’s what I’m here for. That’s what Esau [Diéguez] there for. That’s what Red [Spikes] there for, you know what I’m saying. It’s called coaches, so we going to get past that s**t.

Then, he was also asked about how dominant he thought Crawford would be against Alvarez. McIntyre believes Canelo will suffer the same fate as Errol Spence Jr. He stated, “Oh it’d be Errol Spence and Crawford 2.” Notably, Crawford’s team seems confident!. Nonetheless, Canelo Alvarez seems to have no interest in fighting Terence Crawford.

Canelo Alvarez, the undisputed super middleweight king, after facing Jaime Munguia on May 6th, will have a plethora of options to choose from for his next opponent. Meanwhile, Crawford hasn’t stepped into the ring since his undisputed welterweight title victory over Errol Spence Jr. last July.

While a rematch with Spence was a frontrunner, the allure of a Canelo showdown has never faded. The biggest hurdle? Weight. And this is the exact concern taken up by Alvarez as well during his interview with Box Azteca, earlier this year. He said, “So now if you imagine Crawford as a welterweight. 168lbs, I have everything to lose and nothing to gain because if I win, they’ll say, ‘Oh, he was too small, and everything!

As of now, the chances of Terence Crawford and Canelo Alvarez stepping inside the ring are slim. For that to happen, maybe, Crawford might have to prove his prowess in the super middleweight division and then challenge ‘Cinnamon’.

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