Terence Crawford will be fighting against Errol Spence Jr, scheduled for 12-rounds and will on the 29th July at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Firstly, this is an excellent match, and these types of matches need to occur more often, especially in the heavyweight division.

Terrence Crawford is a P4P elite-boxer, with a record of: 39(30)-0-0, and has become a champion in multiple weight-divisions.

Errol Spence Jr is arguably the second-best welterweight after Crawford, who has a record of: 28(22)-0-0, and is also a southpaw.

Crawford’s primary advantages in this fight, are: his lateral-movement, switch-hitting, and ability to box on the outside and inside.

Spence Jr’s advantages are: he’s younger than Crawford (33 vs 35, minor difference, but the years count more when boxers are older than 30), prolific body-puncher, naturally bigger.

Both have a common opponent in Shawn Porter; arguably, Crawford’s victory over Porter was more impressive, who scored a TKO in the 1oth-round.

Crawford has been more active, and last fought in the 10th December against David Avanesyan, winning by KO in the 6th-round.

Errol Spence has been inactive since the 16th of April last year, which I expect will have an impact.

Finally, I expect this fight to be a technical affair, with Crawford winning by points, by around 1/2 rounds.

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