By: Sean Crose
Floyd Mayweather wants to get into Terence Crawford’s business. Now that the undefeated WBO weightlifter is on an extended break from the Top Division, Mayweather wants to shape Crawford’s career. “I always want the best for Terence Crawford,” Mayweather said FightHype,”always, and we’ve talked a lot of times and we have each other’s phone numbers and hope everything goes as it should. And of course I’d love to sign Terence Crawford. ”
Without a doubt, this is the right time to start a Crawford business. Essentially, after beating the talented Yordenis Ugas last weekend, the WBA, IBF and WBC, Spence made it clear that he wants to fight Crawford next for all the belts. Honestly, this is a big bout one can find in the fighting game, as both men are titles, undefeated, and active in the glitzy division of boxing. Honestly, that’s the kind of situation Mayweather is very familiar with. How many times has the man been under such bright lights? And who makes more money than Mayweather?
“I wanted to put the fighters in a position to have the lion’s share,” Mayweather said. “Before Floyd Mayweather became a promoter of the sport, promoters got the lion’s share and received more money than the boxers.” It could really be argued that Mayweather changed the fighting game by making himself the main moneymaker of the money he generated in the ring. Say what you want, the man didn’t care about being like the countless people who fought before him who received most of the money that went into their pockets.
However, with or without Mayweather, Crawford is currently on the path to a big money fight that is without a doubt the most lucrative and anticipated of his career. Fans have longed for him and Spence to go head-to-head for years. Now it seems the real opportunity comes to the world of combat. There are talented weightlifters without the names Crawford and Spence out there, but these two men are all that’s left standing at the top of the weight division hill. There is no doubt that Mayweather, who once stood alone atop a weightlifting hill, is keen to participate in the proceedings. Not only did he earn a substantial amount of money, he was also able to take an active part in the division he once ruled.