Terence Crawford has the party venue picked, and needs a date to dance with.
May 20, in New Jersey, at the Prudential Center, the 30-0 fighting oracle of Omaha Crawford seeks to continue a run of losslessness.
So, who will seek to derail his momo?
“We are talking, and we have one thing to get past, but I’m confident we will get it done and announced early this week,” promoter Lou DiBella told me, of the good news for his 140 pound hitter, Felix Diaz.
The Dominican boxer won gold at the 2008 Olympics, owns a 19-1 record.
He’s 33 years old and DiBella thinks he has a real chance to beat the 29 year old Bud. It will be a hard lift; Crawford is one of the five best boxers active on planet earth.