One boxing clash that any fan would love to see is a Terence Crawford vs. Errol Spence Jr. showdown. It would be a bout many would love to see although nothing has been set in stone. But even if it were to be made official former WBC middleweight champion Jermell Charlo believes that Crawford does not stand a chance against the 29-year-old southpaw.

Charlo made these comments in an interview with TMZ Sports. He claimed that Crawford has a 100 percent chance of losing to Charlo, singling out Spence is a bigger, monster fighter. It is no secret that the 28-year-old Charlo is tight with Spence although his take on a potential super fight between the two boxers comes a bit of a surprise.

"I definitely believe Terence Crawford stands zero chance against Errol Spence. Zero. Zero," said Charlo.

Spence was a leading candidate to possibly face Manny Pacquiao in July although the Filipino boxing icon opted to leave him out of the list. Some believe that the Pac-Man left him out for good reason seeing how dangerous the undefeated pug may be too much to handle for the boxer-senator. Spence last took the ring in March, winning via unanimous decision over Mikey Garcia at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.

It is possible that Charlo is confident because of the wins that Spence has. In 25 fights, Spence has won 21 via knockout, the last of which was against Carlos Ocampo on June 16, 2018, in an IBF welterweight title defense held at The Ford Center in Texas. But if there is one fighter who can deal him a loss, it would be Crawford, regardless of Charlo's claim.

Like Spence, Crawford was also a fighter most wanted to face Pacquiao. He is also undefeated and is seen as someone who can overpower the Pac-Man or any other fighter. He last faced Amir Khan, defeating him in the sixth round in controversial fashion. Either way, that was a win that is credited to the 31-year-old's boxing record.

With two fighters holding undefeated records and known to slug it out profusely, it comes to no surprise why the boxing world is ranting for a potential megafight. But as Yahoo Sports pointed out, making the fight happen won't be easy since the management and promotional teams of both stands in the way. Crawford is with Top Rank, which has a TV deal with ESPN. Spence is with Al Haymon's Premier Boxing Champions (PBC), which has TV deals with Fox and Showtime.

Fight purse split seems to be the main issue and most are hoping that this would be settled soon. It is a fight worth yearning for, possibly another blockbuster other than a Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. rematch or even a Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin trilogy.