Tom Brown argues that the stakes are high for Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford in their upcoming welterweight title marriage fight. Brown thinks that the winner ought to be called the pound-for-pound king of boxing. Crawford and Spence are thought about leading fighters in the sport and will face their hardest challenger yet in this match. The fight is being promoted as one of the most significant battles in current times, with contrasts drawn to the famous Leonard-Hearns fight in 1981. Crawford, having currently end up being the indisputable champ at 140 pounds, has the possibility to make history by ending up being a two-weight department indisputable world champ. However, the winner of this fight will unquestionably make the title of the indisputable pound-for-pound king of boxing. Crawford’s achieved record and Spence’s indisputable skill make this an extremely expected and unsure match.