Errol Spence Jr and Terence Crawford agree to terms for possible Nov. 19 superfight

Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford have agreed to terms for a fight for the undisputed welterweight championship with a target date of November 19 in Las Vegas.

ESPN was first to report the story.

However, the deal has not been signed as lawyers from both sides work to clean up legal language in the agreement. Furthermore, Crawford, FightNights.com's No. 4 pound-for-pound boxer, acceded to PBC creator Al Haymon's request to take the back end of a revenue split.

Per Coppinger, the agreement includes a bilateral rematch clause that the loser will have the right to exercise, per source. If the rematch clause is initiated, the winner of the first fight will earn the majority of revenue for the sequel.

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