According to sources quoted by ESPN, Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford have reached an agreement, and the only elements that need to be verified are the fight's targeted date of November 19, 2022 in Las Vegas.
Terence Crawford accepted the suggested financial terms by Al Haymon, the creator of the PBC, regarding revenue sharing, but the agreement has not yet been finalised since lawyers from both parties need to clean up the legal language in the bout agreement, according to ESPN.
There will be a rematch clause in the contract for both athletes.
The contract for this fight includes a rematch clause for both fighters. The loser can request a rematch right away, and the victor receives the largest payout in the follow-up bout.
The weight limit for the fight is 147 pounds. While Crawford only has the WBO belt to display, Errol Spence Jr. presently owns the WBC, WBA, and IBF championships.
The promotion of this fight will be a joint effort between Spence Jr.'s Man Down Promotions and Crawford's TBC Promotions for the PBC pay-per-view.
This matchup between both the fighters might just be the biggest showdown in the history of boxing as such is the level of both the boxers. They are also at their peak of the powers and the world wants to see who really is the undisputed welterweight champion of the world.
Let us know in the comments who do you think has the upper hand going into this mega fight?