The undisputed welterweight world title fight between Errol Spence Jr and Terence Crawford splits boxing fans and pundits right down the middle when it comes to making a prediction.
The pair have been considered the best 147lbers on the planet for some time, though a showdown to finally establish supremacy in the division has proved elusive thus far.
There is arguably no one better placed to dissect a fight between Spence and Crawford than Kell Brook, having shared a professional ring with both.
And when asked by FightHype who was the bigger puncher of the two, ‘Special K’ revealed that particularly accolade had to go the way of Spence.
“I’d say Spence is the bigger puncher.”
Former IBF world champion Brook was stopped by Spence in 11 rounds back in 2018, whilst Crawford managed to get him out of there in four when the two met in 2020.
After years of failed negotiations, playing the blame game and causing boxing fans to pull their hair out, Spence and Crawford finally agreed terms to settle their differences and, more importantly, establish who the best welterweight in the world is.
With both men having now entered their mid thirties, fans across the world were losing hope that the historic undisputed fight would ever take place, especially given the promotional and broadcaster barriers that have always seemed stand between the two.
However, social media went into overdrive last month when the legacy defining clash was announced for July 29th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Brook himself has hinted at making a comeback, having retired after his victory over long time rival Amir Khan. Conor Benn is looking the most likely opponent, with the two having to be forced apart after a ringside clash at a recent fight.