Crawford v Indongo: Your one-stop preview for the super-lightweight unification clash
Last Updated: 20/08/17 7:28am
Everything you need to know about Terence Crawford's unification clash against Julius Indongo, with all the super-lightweight titles at stake, live on Sky Sports.
American star Crawford, the current WBC and WBO belt holder, will take on Namibia's Indongo for his WBA and IBF titles in a battle to become the undisputed champion in the 140lb division.
Two undefeated fighters collide in front of the Sky Sports cameras in the early hours of Sunday morning and one man will be crowned as a solitary king at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Nebraska.
Home favourite Crawford can enhance his status as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world, but Indongo has triumphed on hostile territory before and is confident about pulling off a famous upset.
It's an intriguing clash of styles, with the slick switch-hitting of Crawford coming up against the rangy, heavy-handed Indongo, and both men are capable of finishing the fight before the final bell.
Crawford v Indongo countdown
Profiles, fight facts, and talking points ahead of this Sunday's unification clash
What the fighters say
What the experts say
It's time to buy into Terence Crawford. He can sometimes make it look so easy. I can see him winning wide on points, but I wouldn't be surprised if he stops Indongo in the last few rounds.
I've got Terence Crawford as the second best pound-for-pounder in the world right now, behind Andre Ward - he is that good. He has the lot and could well fill the hole Floyd Mayweather will leave.
Crawford is an unbelievable talent. There is still room for growth, even though he's won world titles at different weights. I think Crawford will stop Indongo between six or eight rounds.
Who else is on the undercard?
Terence Crawford: 10st
Julius Indongo: 9st 9lbs
The time draws near...
Watch the world title unification as Terence Crawford takes on Julius Indongo for all four world titles, with Dillian Whyte on the undercard, from 2am this Sunday on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Arena.