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Errol Spence reveals FaceTime calls with Terence Crawford to get super fight on as both vow to ‘f*** up’ the other

WBC AND IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence has revealed that he has had FaceTime calls with Terence Crawford in a bid to get a fight on between the pair.

Speculation has been rife about the undefeated duo facing off for a well over a year, with Crawford in possession of the WBO belt.

Now the coronavirus pandemic has delayed things even further.

But Spence, 30, has given fans hope that an official agreement is edging closer, however.

He told Boxing Scene: “We talk and say how we gonna make this fight happen.

“He says he’s gonna f*** me up and stuff like that.

“I say the same thing. We both want it to happen…

“He’s not my friend but it’s basically like a respect.”

First though, Spence will have to get past Danny Garcia in a PPV bout in the US on November 21.

The American last fought in September of last year, when he narrowly defeated Shawn Porter on points.

A month later he suffered a horror car crash, but is now healthy and ready to return to the ring.

Crawford, 32, has been out of action since December 2019, when he extended his record to 36-0 with a win over Lithuanian Egidijus Kavaliauskas at Madison Square Garden.

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