Terence Crawford is widely regarded as one of the best boxers of this current generation. Owing to the fact that The Bud is a WBO welterweight champion and a former 140-pound undisputed champion.
Also, Terence has an undefeated record of 37-0 (28 knockouts) in his professional career. There aren’t many fighters in the world that can brag about having such an impeccable record.
Moreover, the WBO welterweight champion has defeated many greats like Joe Benavidez and Kell Brook on his path to becoming a frontrunner for the pound to pound the best boxer in the world. To solidify his place as an all-time great, Terence defends his WBO welterweight belt for the fifth time on November 20 against a tough Shawn Porter.
Apart from being one of the best boxers in the world, Terence Crawford is also one of the biggest prized fighters in the world. So ahead of his upcoming title defense, let us shift the topic and take a look at Crawford’s fight purse for his last bout against Kell Brook.
Fight Purse of Terence Crawford vs Kell Brook
Terence Crawford defended his WBO welterweight title against Kell Brook in a 12 round contest in November 2020. This fight took place at the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas.
Consequently, this fight created a lot of hype among fans as Bud was about to face his toughest challenge in the form of the former 147-pound champion. However, in what was expected to be a tough contest between these welterweights, Crawford dominated this bout by annihilating Brook in the fourth round of the fight.
Speaking of this contest, Terence used his speed and counter-punching to trouble Kell. Consequently, the WBO welterweight delivered a left hook to drop him in the fourth round. After the restart, Crawford wasted no time as he finished the fight by landing a combination of punches.
For his brilliant display against Kell Brook, Terence Crawford made more than his minimum guarantee of $3.5 million. As per a report from the Athletic, Bud earned $4 million for his title defense. Meanwhile, his opponent, Brook,received $2 million.
Along with the fight purse, the WBO welterweight champion also received a huge cut from the Pay Per View sales. Consequently, one can expect Crawford to make big bucks once again as he steps in the ring to defend his title against former welterweight champion Shawn Porter.