One of boxing’s best pound for pound fighters today, Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford continues to find himself in a precarious spot in the sport.

Without doubt, one of boxing’s brightest talents in the sport, however, due to politics up until now he has struggled to land the big fights that fans want to see him in.

Accordingly, and understandably, he’s banging the drum on social media to bring more awareness to himself and to try to make things happen.

The fight that everyone wants to see him in, eventually, is of course with fellow American, world welterweight champion and pound for pound star Errol Spence.

Over the weekend Crawford like many chimed in on what he thought of Gervonta Davis’ big win over Yuri Gamboa in Atlanta.

A bout in which he won by impressive stoppage.

Following the result — here’s what Crawford had to say:

The response has brought about an awful lot of reaction online.

Including from those in the sport and, moreover, prompting Crawford to bring up Spence himself:

Indeed, 2020 promises to be an interesting year both for the welterweight division and for boxing’s pound for pound rankings.

Following the recent official confirmation of Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 in Las Vegas this coming February — it is hoped that the WBC heavyweight title fight will act as a precursor for then allowing ESPN and Fox to broadcast a potential Crawford vs Spence fight in the future.