Two of the top welterweights on the planet will face off inside AT&T Stadium in Texas on Saturday. On the line will be the WBC, IBF, and WBA titles. Will Errol Spence Jr. or Yordenis Ugas walk out of the ring with the ultimate bragging rights?

Spence made his pro debut in 2012. The 2009 Golden Gloves champion beat Kell Brook for the IBF welterweight title in 2017 and has defended it five times. In a fight to remember, Spence beat Shawn Porter in September 2019 to win the WBC title. His last fight was in 2020; he defeated Danny Garcia to retain his titles.

The past few years have been tough for Spence. Not long after the Porter fight, he was involved a horrific single-car accident. His Ferrari flipped multiple times and he was ejected him from the car. The wreck landed him in the intensive care unit.

Ugas made his pro debut in 2010. After losing to Amir Imam in 2014, he went on an eight-fight win streak and secured a title opportunity. He lost to Porter in 2019 for the WBC welterweight title but rebounded by winning three in a row.

The WBA (Regular) champion after beating Abel Ramos, Ugas took care of Manny Pacquiao to retain the WBA (now Super) title.

Pacquiao retired following the bout. Spence was supposed to fight Pacquiao, but he suffered a torn retina before the bout.

The winner of Saturday's fight may move one step closer to facing WBO champion Terence Crawford.

The Sporting News will be providing live updates and highlights from the Spence vs. Ugas main card.

Jose Valenzuela def. Francisco Vargas via KO (1:25 into round one)

10:25 p.m. ET - Up next is Jose Valenzuela vs. Francisco Vargas in lightweight action. Valenzuela started in the center, controlling the ring. Vargas was able to attack the body and push him up against the ropes. That didn't matter, as Vargas was struck down with a left hand. The fight ended before it began.

Cody Crowley def. Josesito Lopez via unanimous decision (98-91, 98-91, 99-90)

10:01 p.m. ET - Lopez's trainer Robert Garcia is asking if he can continue before round eight began. He tried landing punches but he was clearly hurt. Going to the body, Lopez was digging deep. Crowley fought back with combinations to the face. Garcia is begging Lopez to show him something as round nine began. Lopez decided to fight back, but he is staggering and his left eye is swollen. Crowley continued his dominant ways in the last round, making it easy for the judges to call the fight for him.

Showtime stats (CompuBox) had Crowley land 205 shots compared to 116 for Lopez.

9:48 p.m. ET - Crowley connected with hooks in round five, and continued to break through Lopez's defense with jabs. Lopez missed key shots while Crowley landed big blows. Inside shots by Crowley within the clinch to start round six, and Lopez connected with a few of his own. Lopez was now circling the ring and jabbing way. Round seven had Crowley landing hooks, and then Lopez was dropped down to the floor. Crowley took advantage of that and started pounding away.

9:36 p.m. ET - Round three saw Crowley take the fight to Lopez but the latter finally responded with shots of his own. Lopez then had him up by the ropes and landed crisp body shots. While Crowley landed uppercuts, Lopez looked alive and unaffected. Lopez landed solid jabs through the defense of Crowley. Both used their jabs in round four and would remain in the center of the ring. Crowely connected with big blows to the face of Lopez towards the end of the round.

9:20 p.m. ET - Josesito Lopez vs. Cody Crowley opens up the main card. Crowley opens up with a few jabs and controls the center of the ring. Lopez did not land any offense for a full minute. He then landed a few body shots that didn't affect Crowley. In round two, Crowley pushed Lopez up against the ropes, and landed a left uppercut, left hook combination. Crowley continued his onslaught by the ropes. Lopez then had him up by the ropes and landed a few shots.

9:00 p.m. ET - The main card has started. Before the pay-per-view began, Eimantas Stanionis def. Radzhab Butaev via split decision (113-114, 116-111, 117-110) and Brandun Lee def. Zachary Ochoa via unanimous decision (98-92, 99-91, 99-91).

When is Errol Spence Jr. vs. Yordenis Ugas? – Date: Saturday, April 16 – Main card: 9 p.m. ET – Main event: 11:30 p.m. ET (approx.)

Errol Spence Jr. and Yordenis Ugas will face off on April 16. The main event should begin around 11:30 p.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.

Fans can watch Errol Spence Jr. vs. Yordenis Ugas via Showtime pay-per-view. They can stream on Showtime via Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox ONE, a laptop, and any mobile or tablet device.

How to watch Errol Spence Jr. vs. Yordenis Ugas

Fans can watch Errol Spence Jr. vs. Yordenis Ugas via Showtime pay-per-view. They can stream on Showtime via Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox ONE, a laptop, and any mobile or tablet device.

Spence vs. Ugas PPV price: How much does the fight cost? The fight will cost $74.99 on pay-per-view.

– Errol Spence, Jr. (c) vs. Yordenis Ugas (c) for the WBC, IBF and WBA welterweight titles – Isaac Cruz vs. Yuriokis Gamboa; lightweights – Jose Valenzuela def. Francisco Vargas via KO (1:25 into round one) – Cody Crowley def. Josesito Lopez via unanimous decision (98-91, 98-91, 99-90) – Eimantas Stanionis def. Radzhab Butaev via split decision (113-114, 116-111, 117-110) – Brandun Lee def. Zachary Ochoa via unanimous decision (98-92, 99-91, 99-91)

Spence vs. Ugas fight card