Dmitry Bivol says he enjoys Terence Crawford’s style but would not be drawn on a winner between Crawford and Errol Spence Jr.
The two welterweight champions have been circling one another for a few months and a fight to settle the undisputed status at 147lbs feels inevitable, though no date nor venue has been confirmed.
Speaking to The DAZN Boxing Show ahead of his own fight against Zurdo Ramirez, shown live on DAZN on November 5, WBA light heavyweight champion Bivol would not be drawn on the winner of Spence vs. Crawford.
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“No, don’t ask me about this," he replied.
“I like Terence Crawford, but to make a prediction you have to know how they’re feeling in themselves in the training camp. You have to know them, know their problems.”
Asked on his preferred style, he admitted: “Terence Crawford, I like his style. He’s really smart.”