Terence Crawford and Errol Spence Jr. will face off for the undisputed welterweight world championship in one of the biggest challenges in boxing history.
The fight has been building for a while. In Oklahoma City in 2018, the two got into an argument backstage, making a brawl inevitable. But after five years and a lot of trash talk, the two fighters will face off in the ring.
A uncommon about in the boxing world will take place between Crawford and Spence Jr., two of the top 10 fighters in the world based on strength-to-weakness ratio. Here is all the details you require regarding the Crawford-Spence Jr. fight.
When and where will Terence Crawford and Errol Spence Jr. fight on?
On Saturday, July 29, the top welterweights will fight at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
What time is the fight between Terence Crawford and Errol Spence Jr.?
Three fights take place before Crawford and Spence Jr. step into the ring at 8 p.m. ET.
How can you watch the fight between Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford?
For $84.99, fans may watch on Showtime PPV. PPV.com also offers streaming for $84.99.
What championship trophies will be at on the line?
On Saturday night, all four welterweight championships are up for grabs. The unified world champion at welterweight in the WBC, WBA, and IBF is Spence Jr. The WBO’s welterweight world champion is Crawford.
The fight’s winner becomes the undisputed welterweight king.
The recent history of Crawford and Spence Jr.
Terence Crawford will fight with a perfect 39-0 record, which includes an impressive 30 knockouts. He formerly held the lightweight and junior welterweight belts, and he is currently the WBO welterweight champion.
The 35-year-old’s most recent contest was a TKO victory in the sixth round over David Avanesyan in December.
Errol Spence Jr, on the other hand, enters the fight with 10 less fights than Crawford but a 28-0 record and 22 knockouts.
Since 2019, Spence has only appeared in the ring twice due to a number of health challenges.
The 33-year-old’s latest fight saw the New Yorker defeat Cuban Yordenis Ugas by way of a 10th-round TKO to unify his WBC, IBF, and WBA titles.
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