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Arum started by explaining despite Thurman downplaying the significance of a clash with ‘Bud’ Crawford; it is a fight that remains firmly in their crosshairs and Arum even went as far as to suggest exclusively to BoxingScene.com “Thurman really doesn’t have much of a chance with Terence”.

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