Spence Jr. vs Crawford PPV: Where you can watch the main fight and how much it cost?

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The boxing world will have its eyes on the undisputed welterweight championship fight between Errol Spence Jr and Terence Crawford that is finally happening at T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas this Saturday, July 29 at 8 pm ET.

The fight is expected to live up to the hype of being the most anticipated fight of the year between the two best pound-for-pound fighters.

While Crawford is the more experienced boxer entering the ring, Errol is an extraordinary talent who doesn’t hold back.

Spence Jr. and Crawford’s recent background

Terence Crawford will enter the ring with a record of 39-0, including an outstanding 30 knockouts. He is the current WBO welterweight champion and has also previously held lightweight and junior welterweight titles.

The 35-year-old’s last fight was a December bout against David Avanesyan, which he won after a TKO in the 6th round.

On the other hand, Errol Spence Jr arrives to this fight with 10 contests less than Crawford, but with an equally perfect record of 28-0 and 22 knockouts.

Spence has only been in the ring twice since 2019 after a series of health issues kept him away.

The 33-year old’s last fight was the unification of his WBC and IBF titles with the WBA belt where the New Yorker defeated Cuban Yordenis Ugas with a 10th-round TKO.

There are a couple of options if you, like other millions of boxing fans, are planning to watch the most anticipated fight in recent memory.

If you want to watch it the traditional way through the PPV channel on your cable or satellite, it will be available $84.99 dollars.

If you are looking to stream the fight on your computer or on mobile devices, you can do so through ppv.com or Showtime for the same price.

Spence Jr vs Crawford will have a very interesting undercard which will feature the following bouts:

Isaac Cruz vs Giovanni Cabrera (WBA lightweight title eliminator)

Nonito Donaire vs Alexandro Santiago (vacant WBC bantamweight title)

Yoenis Tellez vs Sergio Garcia. (Junior middleweight at 10 rounds)

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