Errol Spence Jr vs Terence Crawford fight ‘AGREED’ with mouthwatering battle of P4P stars targeted for November 19
THE UNDISPUTED welterweight title fight between Terence Crawford and Errol Spence Jr. has reportedly “been agreed” for November 19.
The contracts are reportedly still yet to be signed as their respective lawyers “clean up” the deal.
But ESPN’s Mike Coppinger says the two superstars have “agreed to all material terms” for an epic showdown in Las Vegas.
And that package is also set to include a rematch clause for the loser.
Coppinger claims: “If the rematch clause is triggered, the winner will earn the majority of revenue for the return bout, per sources.”
The fight will be the first of 2022 for Crawford, 34, if the paperwork is finalised.
His last action was a tenth round TKO victory over Shawn Porter to retain his WBO championship last November.
Meanwhile the 32-year-old Spence ended his 16-month absence from the ring in April as he also recorded a tenth round TKO win against Yordenis Ugas to retain his WBC and IBF belts as well as adding the WBA crown to his collection.
Ahead of that fight, Spence revealed that a clash with Crawford was what he was aiming for.
He said: “That’s the fight I feel like only makes sense because it would just be one belt left.
“That’s the next fight I’ll be campaigning for.”
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Spence was forced to pull-out of a bout with Manny Pacquiao a year ago after suffering a retinal detachment/break in sparring.
He has held the IBF title since defeating Kell Brook in 2017.
Crawford stepped up to welterweight the year after from light welterweight and beat Jeff Horn in his first fight in that division to win the WBO strap.
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