Ryan García and Terence Crawford live different situations, but no less paradoxical for that. The WBC ‘interim champion’ has only one opponent he’s bound to face: Devin Haney, but he doesn’t even name him. Fear, strategy or just not ready, as his coach Eddy Reynoso said? The WBC doesn’t seem to have the power to force him to fight and Eddie Hearn, Haney’s manager, looks like he ‘already threw in the towel’, although oddly he gets mad at Ryan without mentioning De La Hoya. In the video we have an explanation for the strange behavior of García, “the champion of social networks.”
In the case of Terence Crawford, a strange situation also occurs and that gives a good response to his detractors. The best Libra for Libra on the planet is also the most avoided and who seems to have had his turn to avoid it is Shawn Porter, nothing more and nothing less. Porter, precisely, along with Manny Pacquiao are the two names on Bob Arum’s agenda for the WBA welterweight champion. Manny asks for 40 million and Porter rejected two million. In the video, I comment on what can happen with Crawford from his decision to face whoever it is … or rather, ‘face whoever is encouraged’.