Terence Crawford on “McGregor Challenge”: ‘People are telling me McGregor will beat me up’

WBC & WBO junior welterweight champion Terence Crawford has proven to be a trendsetter on social media. Crawford is the originator of the “McGregor Challenge.”

Crawford challenged boxers around the globe to swing their arms like UFC star Conor McGregor.

In case you missed it, here it goes:

Crawford explains how the “McGregor Challenge” came about, and he discussed the reaction to the challenge:

“I was coming from the gym and everyone was watching a video and I asked what it was, then I said I am going to try that.  A couple of days passed then I got everyone together to do the McGregor Challenge,” Crawford said.

“I’ve been getting all kinds of response – I have been getting hate response, prejudice response, I’ve been getting a lot of positive response.  People are telling me McGregor will beat me up.  I just laugh – we are just having fun with,” said Crawford

Undefeated 140 pound world champions Crawford and Julius Indongo, collide in a world title unification battle, Saturday, August 19, at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska.  The winner will be crowned the first undisputed king of the 140-pound division of the four-belt era.

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