Terence Crawford's world title unification clash with Julius Indongo is live on Sky Sports
Dillian Whyte makes US debut on the undercard in Nebraska
Last Updated: 08/08/17 3:57pm
Terence Crawford will battle Julius Indongo to become the undisputed world super-lightweight champion on August 19, live on Sky Sports.
The American has agreed to defend his WBC and WBO belts against Indongo, who puts his WBA and IBF titles on the line in a rare unification clash involving all four governing bodies, with Dillian Whyte making his US debut at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Nebraska.
Crawford is regarded as one of the world's pound-for-pound best fighters after collecting world titles in two divisions during a 31-fight unbeaten career and will be fighting in front of his hometown fans
Little was known about Indongo before his world title unification clash with Ricky Burns in April, but the Namibian proved himself as world class while adding the WBA belt to his IBF strap in a dominant points win.
Whyte will be eager to impress the American audience as he continues his pursuit of a world heavyweight title fight.
'The Body Snatcher' has been hunting down a shot at WBC champion Deontay Wilder and can boost his profile in the States with a destructive victory.