Errol Spence Jr.-Terence Crawford Have Final Words

Terence Crawford

The final pre-fight press conference for Errol Spence Jr. vs. Terence Crawford took place Thursday. The two square off for the undisputed title this Saturday night live on Showtime pay-per-view from Las Vegas.

Errol Spence: ‘I’m Gonna Break Him Down’

This Saturday night, Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford square off for the undisputed welterweight championship live from Las Vegas and the T-Mobile Arena. The main card airs live on Showtime pay-per-view.

On Thursday, to do conducted their final pre-fight press conference, with both making it known they are ready to leave as the first undisputed champion of the four-belt era of the division.

“I’m gonna win because I’m the better fighter. I’m better physically and mentally. I’m more durable. I’m gonna break him down and break his will,” Spence said. “It would mean a lot to be undisputed. It would mean that I’m one of the greatest welterweights to ever lace up a pair of gloves.

“This is gonna be legendary. Make sure you tune-in. This is gonna be an old school fight. It’s gonna be iconic. You’re gonna want to buy this fight. You’re getting your money’s worth.

“People are gonna talk about this fight 30 or 40 years from now when you talk about legendary fights. They’re gonna talk about this fight the same way they talked about the ‘Four Kings’ era. There’s gonna be an amateur 20 years from now watching our fight on YouTube and saying man, I want to be in a fight like that.”

Terence Crawford: ‘Everyone Knows What Time It Is’

Crawford, unbeaten in his career like Spence, said he is just looking to earn the win and won’t be head-hunting for the finish.

“I don’t go in there looking for the knockout, I go in there looking for the win. If he gets out of line he’s gonna be the next one going down,” he said. “Everyone knows what time it is. I’m ready and he’s ready. We’re gonna have a fish fry come Saturday.

“He’s gonna find out the same thing that everyone else finds out. He’s gonna say that on TV I look one way. In the ring he’s gonna be seeing three of me.

“They say he’s the big bad wolf, but come fight night we’re gonna find out if he’s all that he says he is. He’s gonna have to show me.”

To kick off the main event portion of the press conference, legendary heavyweight champion Mike Tyson conducted a coin toss to determine which fighter would walk to the ring last on Saturday night.

Crawford won the toss and can now decide whether he would like to walk to the ring last, or be introduced last once in the ring.

Errol Spence-Terence Crawford Press Conference

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