• Errol Spence is now gunning for a unification fight with Terence Crawford
  • Spence added the WBA title to his collection with a TKO victory over Yordenis Ugas
  • Spence now holds three of the four major titles in the welterweight division

Errol Spence is aiming for even bigger heights as he guns for a future meeting with fellow undefeated boxer Terence Crawford.

Spence commented on the potential mega-bout in the post-fight conference after his stellar 10th-round technical knockout victory over Cuba’s Yordenis Ugas.

“I’m not going to talk about what’s going to be fair for both of us. That’s for the guys in suits to go over all the little analytics and stuff like that and see what we both bring to the table. He got his people that take care of his business. I got my people. They’ll meet up and it’ll make sense,” Spence stated as quoted by Boxing Scene.

Ugas, the man who fought Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao in his final bout back in August 2021, had his own shining moments against Spence during their fight last Saturday, April 16.

In the sixth round, “54 Milagros” hit Spence so hard that his mouthpiece came flying out and looked to referee Laurence Cole to call for a break, allowing Ugas to come in with a quick jab-straight combo that sent the WBC and IBF welterweight titlist reeling towards the ropes.

Ugas then did as best he can to take advantage of the situation while also ducking and weaving from Spence’s power shots to end the sixth.

Spence, however, came back even stronger in the seventh round and dealt even more damage to the then-WBA champion’s right eye, ending the fight in the 10th round with a minute and 16 seconds left on the clock when a ringside physician determined that the Cuban had taken enough punishment.

A fight with Crawford has been heavily discussed for at least the past four years and is certainly likely to happen sometime soon as Spence currently holds three of the four welterweight titles, with Crawford holding the WBO belt.

With the right to call themselves the undisputed king of the welterweight division up for grabs, Crawford and Spence’s representatives will be working overtime to get a fight together and give the boxing world another hard-hitting marquee bout.

Errol Spence, Yordenis Ugas
Errol Spence Jr. fights against Yordenis Ugas at AT&T Stadium on April 16, 2022 in Arlington, Texas. Cooper Neill/Getty Images