Terence Crawford and Errol Spence Jr. will clash on July 29, 2023, in a bid to become the undisputed welterweight champion. The fight will headline a PBC & Showtime PPV event from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV.
- Date: July 29, 2023
- Location: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV, US
- Start Time: Main Card- 8 PM ET, Prelims – 6:00 PM ET
- Organizer: PBC
The tickets for Errol Spence Jr. vs Terence Crawford are available at this link at StubHub. The prices for different sections are as below:
- Upper Deck(Section 201 to 227) – $471 to $1500
- Upper Deck(Section 105 to 117) – $550 to $1600
- Lower Deck(Section 1 to 20) – $950 to $10000
- Ringside(Section A to H) – $3000 to $21000
Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford are two undefeated fighters in welterweight with impeccable resume of opponents. While Spence holds WBA(Super), WBC and WBO Welterweight titles, Crawford is currently WBO Champion in the division. The rumblings about the duo’s clash have been there for a long time. But, serious negotiations only started in 2022 after Spence beat Yordenis Ugas to add WBA(Super) Welterweight title.
While talks continued in the mid of 2022, Spence and Crawford traded words on social media many times. At one point, there were reports that a deal was agreed for the bout to take place in November 2022. However, Crawford’s financial expectations were not met and he decided to walk away from the negotiations. He went on to fight David Avesanyan in December 2022 to retain his title. Spence was also ordered to fight Keith Thurman by WBC.
But then, Spence’s car accident in December 2022 forced a delay in negotiations. As discussions for Spence vs Thurman were about to start in the first half of 2023, Spence vs Crawford talks opened once again. This time, the negotiations were much more private and a deal was reached. The contract included a bi-directional rematch clause which can be triggered by losing fighter 30 days after the fight. Spence is said to have given up a part of his purse to meet Crawford’s financial demands.
The date for this “super fight” was announced to be July 29, 2023, and the location will be T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. Now, the only thing that remains to be seen is who would walk out as the undisputed champion in the welterweight division.
- Errol Spence Jr. vs Terence Crawford – 12 rounds bout for Undisputed Welterweight Championship (Spence’s WBC, IBF & WBA Title, Crawford’s WBO Title)
- Terence Crawford won via TKO at 2:32 of round 9
- Isaac Cruz vs Giovanni Carbera – 12 rounds, lightweight bout
- Isaac Cruz won via split decision(113-114, 114-113, 115-112)
- Nonito Donaire vs Alexandro Santiago – 12 rounds, vacant WBC Bantamweight Championship Bout
- Alexandro Santiago won via unanimous decision(115-113, 116-112, 116-112)
- Sergio Garcia vs Yoenis Tellez – 10 rounds, super welterweight bout
- Yoenis Tellez won via TKO in round 3
- Steven Nelson vs Rowdy Legend Montgomery, 10 rounds, Super Middleweight Bout
- Steven Nelson won via unanimous decision(99-91, 99-91, 100-90)
- Jose Salas Reyes vs Aston Palicte, 10 rounds, Super Bantamweight Bout
- Jose Salas Reyes won via TKO at 1:30 of round 4
- Jabin Chollet vs Michael Portales, 6 rounds, Lightweight Bout
- Jabin Chollet won via TKO in round 2
- Justin Viloria vs Pedro Penunuri Borgaro, 6 rounds, Super Featherweight Bout
- Justin Viloria won via TKO in round 4
- Demler Zamora vs Nikolai Buzolin, 8 rounds, Lightweight Bout
- Demler Zamora won via unanimous decision (80-72, 80-72, 80-72)
- Kevin Ceja Ventura vs DeShawn Prather, 6 rounds, Welterweight Bout
- DeShawn Prather won via unanimous decision (57-56, 57-56, 57-56)
TALE OF THE TAPE
|Boxer Name||Errol Spence Jr.||Terence Crawford|
|Role||IBF, WBA(Super) & WBC|
|Height||5′ 9″||5′ 8″|
|Country||United States||United States|