The unbeaten WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford will defend his title tonight in a pay-per-view boxing event against David Avanesyan. The WBO 147 lbs title bout will take place at CHI Health Center, Omaha, Nebraska. Here we highlight the Crawford vs Avanesyan purse and salaries.
Crawford vs Avanesyan Purse
The American undisputed boxer Terence Crawford‘s 38-0 with 29 KOs record will be on the line with his WBO welterweight title.
Another side of the Ring will be the European welterweight champion David Avanesyan, who is on a 29-3-1 with 17 KOs record.
The guaranteed purse of the pay-per-view boxing event has been revealed. Terence Crawford will earn $1 million for the title fight.
On the other hand, David will receive a $300K guaranteed purse for the bout.
Here’s the guaranteed purse and PPV share for the Crawford vs Avanesyan title bout.
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Terence Crawford’s Total Payouts Against Avanesyan
The 35-year-old American undisputed WBO welterweight champion Crawford will make the most money for the title match against Avanesyan. As the champion, he will receive 70% of the PPV share.
This fight will be a BLK Prime pay-per-view event. Crawford’s total payouts will depend on the PPV sales. According to several reports, Crawford will receive $10 million from BLK Prime.
Terence Crawford defeated Shawn Porter to defend his WBO welterweight title in 2021. Crawford earned $6 million, including guaranteed purse and PPV share, for his fight against Shawn Porter.
David Avanesyan’s Total Payouts Against Crawford
The 34-year-old Russian boxer David Avanesyan will receive a 30% of the PPV share for the WBO welterweight championship match.
His estimated total payout is $600,000 if the PPV sales reach the expectation.
When is Terence Crawford vs David Avanesyan?
- Date: Saturday, 10 December 2022
- Main Card: 5.30 p.m. ET | 10.30 p.m. GMT
- Main Event Ring Walks: 9 p.m. ET | 4 a.m. GMT (approx.)
- Venue: CHI Health Center, Omaha, Nebraska
The WBO welterweight main event between Crawford and Avanesyan will go underway approximately at 9:00 pm ET, which is 4:00 am GMT (Sunday), depending on how long the undercards go.