Crawford And Spence Reportedly Agree Purse Split

According to ESPN, the possibility of a highly anticipated match between Terence Crawford and Errol Spence Jr. is still alive.

The two welterweight champions have directly spoken to each other over the phone, bypassing their respective promoters, managers, and networks.

They have also allegedly agreed on an undisclosed amount of money to be divided between them. And yet, Spence is apparently in talks to fight Keith Thurman in April, but the deal still needs to be confirmed.

Meanwhile, the WBO has ordered its champion, Crawford, to defend his title against Alexis Rocha, the top contender. However, it is uncertain if the parties representing Crawford and Rocha have begun negotiations.

Assuming that Crawford and Spence agree, they would face each other following their upcoming bouts. In December, Crawford (39-0, 30 KOs) defended his title against David Avanesyan.

He was able to knock out Avanesyan in the sixth round. Meanwhile, Spence (28-0, 22 KOs) last fought in April 2022, winning a title-unification bout by knocking out Yordenis Ugas in the 10th round.

Crawford and Spence had reportedly reached an agreement for a fight in November, but negotiations fell apart before the fighters signed contracts, and they went their separate ways.

With that being said, there is still plenty to overcome before an agreement is reached.

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