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The undefeated WBA and WBC welterweight champion claimed recently that Crawford would need to become a “relevant” welterweight before he would consider fighting Crawford. If Thurman did agree to face Crawford at some point, Arum doesn’t think Thurman would be any match for the undefeated Crawford, who’s promoted by Arum’s company, Top Rank Inc.

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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