IBF World Heavyweight Champion Erol Spence expects reunion with WBA Champion Mani Paciao to happen sometime in 2020.
Spens will face WBC World Champion Sean Porter in the ring tonight downtown Staples in Los Angeles, California.
In March, Spence dominated four-time world champion Mickey Garcia for twelve rounds. After the duel, he called Pacioao in the ring and called for a fight between them.
A few months later, Pacioao will return the clock when he falls and
If Spence wins his duel, he decides that they will be online to collide in a union of three titles.
Paciao intends to fight at least twice in 2020, but most insiders do not expect Spence to be his next duel.
"I think I'm the best fighter in the heavyweight division and boxing," Spence told PBC. "This is my time to prove it. Time is everything. I'll take the fights I need to prove I'm the best in the world.
"Going over Sean Porter with the performance that I know I can hope for, and then fighting that I want after that, and that's the fight with Mani Pakiao.
"The battle with Mani Paciao is definitely happening; I think it's going to be some time next year. Maybe in the middle or at the end of next year, but I think that will definitely happen. The fans want this to happen, there is too much money out there not to happen, there are too many belts along the lines to prevent this from happening. "