Fights don't come much bigger than Saturday night's clash between unified welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. and WBO champion Terence Crawford. The bout, which will crown the first undisputed welterweight champ of the four-belt era, is one of the biggest and most meaningful of the year, if not the modern boxing era.

Spence and Crawford have dominated the welterweight division for years, filling the void left by the retirements of Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. Now, they clash to determine who is the true best of the era and possibly even the best fighter in the sport when they step into the ring at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

"[Spence] is going to find out the same thing that everyone else finds out. He's going to say that on TV I look one way. In the ring he's going be seeing three of me," Crawford said. "They say he's the big bad wolf, but come fight night we're gonna find out if he's all that he says he is. He's going to have to show me.

"This is the Terence Crawford era. When you look at my body of work in each weight class, you can't deny that. This is my era. I've never had a close fight. I've never had a fight where people thought I lost. I've looked spectacular every time."

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While the main event deservedly has all the attention this week, fans will be treated to a solid undercard in the buildup. Look no further than the co-main event where Isaac Cruz returns to take on Giovanni Cabrera in a WBA lightweight title eliminator. Cruz has been pushing all week to get his rematch with Gervonta "Tank" Davis after he gave Davis one of the toughest tests of his career in December 2021. Plus, veteran Nonito Donaire looks to make another run at a title when he takes on Alexandro Santiago for the vacant WBC bantamweight crown. And opening the PPV is an intriguing junior middleweight tilt between Sergio Garcia and Yoenis Tellez. 

CBS Sports will also have live coverage of the fight with round-by-round scoring and blow-by-blow updates to keep you up to date throughout the night.

The action gets underway at 8 p.m. ET on Showtime pay-per-view. The full fight card with odds from Caesars Sportsbook and complete viewing information is listed below.

Viewing information

  • Date: July 29 | Location: T-Mobile Arena -- Las Vegas
  • Start time: 8 p.m. ET
  • How to watch: Showtime PPV | Price: $84.99
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Spence vs. Crawford fight card, odds

FavoriteUnderdogWeight class
Terence Crawford (c) -140 Errol Spence (c) +120 Undisputed welterweight title
Isaac Cruz -700 Giovanni Cabrera +500 WBA lightweight title eliminator
Nonito Donaire -135 Alexandro Santiago +115 Vacant WBC bantamweight title
Sergio Garcia -125 Yoenis Tellez +105 Junior middleweights

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