Terence Crawford retains title and impresses hometown fans – Post Fight Presser
Jun 29 2014 4:27 AM
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Boxing Results: It was a great night of Boxing in Omaha, Nebraska, and their hometown hero impressed his fans by dropping Yuriorkis Gamboa four times during the fight.

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Radam G says:

Dude is the polar opposite of Broner. If and when they ever dance, Broner will be a goner. Holla!

The Commish says:

We'd love to see Crawford v Broner. However, that fight will only take place at a higher weight. Broner will never see 135 again. In fact, I doubt he can get down to 140 any more. Between fights, he walks around in the high 160's, maybe even touching 170.

But, yeh, a Crawford-Broner fight is indeed an intriguing matchup.

-Randy G.

oubobcat says:

[QUOTE=The Commish;56960]We'd love to see Crawford v Broner. However, that fight will only take place at a higher weight. Broner will never see 135 again. In fact, I doubt he can get down to 140 any more. Between fights, he walks around in the high 160's, maybe even touching 170.

But, yeh, a Crawford-Broner fight is indeed an intriguing matchup.

-Randy G.[/QUOTE]

That would be an intriguing matchup and I think Crawford would expose Broner's flaws like he just did Gamboa's. Crawford may be headed to 140 and Broner appears to be set in at 140 right now. Unfortunately, we have the Al Haymon factor which may keep this from happening for now.

If Crawford stays at 135, I see another Omaha defense against someone a step down from Gamboa like Ray Beltran, Juan Diaz or Hank Lundy. If Crawford goes to 140, Jessier Vargas may be the guy if Vargas is successful in his August title defense.