He says Crawford, who has come up in weight after being world champ at 61kg and 63.5kg had grown stronger but retained his speed at welterweight. "He did everything we expected him to do". I've got the work ethic to actually push myself and that's what happens when you put two people together like that. I can relate to you because I've felt all of these things.
"I've been wearing them gloves all my career and this is the first time I've had anybody complain about them".
In the five years since I first met him at Pallara State School where the Fighting Schoolteacher was trying to keep the lid on a gaggle of boisterous nine-year-olds, I have never seen him in a bad mood, never heard him raise his voice, never heard him badmouth anyone.
"We've seen Jeff Horn rocked, we've seen Jeff Horn knocked down, you ain't seen that with Terence".
After the fight, Crawford had said in an interview that he would be up to fight some of the other champions at welterweight, which includes WBA champion Keith Thurman, IBF champion Errol Spence Jr. and the WBC title which is vacant and being contested by Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter.
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Crawford, already a victor of world titles in two weight classes, aimed to make a big impression in his first fight in the talent-rich 147-pound division that several of the sport's best call home, and he did so by utterly dominating Jeff Horn. So you wouldn 't blame him for giving serious consideration to the pros and cons of taking the money, and his health, and living happily ever after, knowing that Australian sports fans will always have a soft spot for the story of the determined kid who got sick of being bullied at school and made a decision to learn to fight back and went all the way to the top of the world. He fought once since, stopping Gary Corcoran in Brisbane in December to retain his title. He landed 155 of 367 punches (42 percent), while Horn landed 58 of 257 (23 percent), none of which seemed to do much of anything. Rojas (22-1 21 KOs) went to his knees, then fell on his face.Rojas was unconscious before he ever landed a punch.
"He was hard to tag, and he just kept me guessing", Horn said.
He wants to be the Queenslander who took on world boxing's greatest mountain and conquered it. Crawford showcased his pinpoint accuracy and turned up the number of punches thrown. "You're going to knock me out, that gives you a better chance of knocking me out". "Terence would just get that odd shot, just that little bit more". It includes the impressive scalp of Manny Pacquiao, but with a bit of an asterisk given the fearsome Filipino was past his best.
Crawford dominated, dropped and stopped Horn in the ninth round of their title bout that headlined an ESPN+ card in Las Vegas.
The 30-year-old Crawford, of Omaha, Nebraska, and Horn, also 30, were supposed to fight April 14 at Mandalay Bay Events Center.