Spence Vs. Crawford Pay-Per-View Price Revealed, Spence Questions Crawford’s Resume

The pay-per-view price for Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford’s bout on July 29th, 2023, has been set at $84.99 on Showtime.

The price mirrors the $84.99 that fans had to pay for Gervonta Davis vs. Ryan Garcia. Despite being at the top end of the pay-per-view price, fans came out in droves to support the event.

The fight reportedly sold over 1.2 million pay-per-views, with many expecting Spence vs. Crawford to break the million barrier, given that the undisputed welterweight championship is on the line.

However, for those in the UK, fans will be able to stream it for just £19.95 ($26) on TNT sports via pay-per-view.

The current record for pay-per-view revenue is set at $410 million following Floyd Mayweather’s fight with Manny Pacquiao, which made it in the top four spots for the highest-grossing pay-per-views ever.

Crawford’s Resume

Aside from the pay-per-view price, both fighters will be looking to deliver, especially Spence who questioned Crawford’s resume.

Crawford has already become undisputed at 140 lbs, a feat that Spence has not managed to achieve.

Not only that, but Crawford has stopped all of his opponents since moving up to welterweight. Some of those included Kell Brook and Shawn Porter.

The former took four rounds, in comparison to Spence who took 11, meanwhile, Bud stopped Porter which Spence could not do.

But rather than acknowledge those wins, Spence made it clear that his caliber of opposition was not up to scratch. 

“A lot of the people he fought were a shell of themselves. Even Amir Khan’s coach [Virgil Hunter] said he wasn’t the same after he fought Canelo [and was viciously knocked out].

“So, he [Crawford] fought a shell of Amir Khan too. I learned I had good composure, and I do well under pressure,” Spence said

The ‘Truth’ is a naturally bigger welterweight, having stayed at 147 for most of his career, when in truth he could have moved up a long time ago.

And given Spence’s tendency to break down fighters, Crawford will have to bring his A-game. And that is why the bout could go either way. 

 

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