Errol Spence Jr., who misplaced to Terence Crawford for the undisputed world welterweight championship in July, has triggered the rematch clause, based on media experiences.
Spence’s coach Derrick James informed ESPN on Thursday, and Crawford’s coach Brian McIntyre informed boxing web site Professional Boxing Followers, that Spence has activated the clause within the contract for a return battle later this 12 months.
McIntyre mentioned the rematch is confirmed however no date or website is about. Crawford, because the winner of their much-anticipated July 29 bout in Las Vegas, has the selection of combating once more at 147 kilos or shifting as much as 154.
It is anticipated that Crawford will selected the 154-pound restrict (junior middleweight). He might then try and be the one male boxer to be the undisputed title holder at three weight divisions, including to his junior welterweight and welterweight crowns.
Crawford, 35, improved to 40-0 (31 knockouts) along with his ninth-round TKO of Spence, who was knocked down as soon as in Spherical 2 and twice in Spherical 7 in what was anticipated to be an in depth battle.
Crawford, of Omaha, Neb., already held the WBO belt and added the WBC, WBA and IBF titles at welterweight.
Spence, 33, of DeSoto, Texas, took his first skilled loss. He’s 28-1 with 22 knockouts.
—Discipline Degree Media