Terence Crawford vs. Errol Spence Jr. is a dream matchup that boxing fans have been clamoring to see for years now. Each fighter boasts an undefeated record with multiple championship belts on their resume. However, if the previous drawn-out experience of waiting for "Mayweather vs. Pacquiao" to finally come to fruition has taught fight fans anything, it's that contractual paperwork and the behind-the-scenes intricacies can often delay a highly anticipated showdown. On September 15th, the sides representing Terence Crawford (35) and Errol Spence Jr. (32) reportedly agreed that the two southpaws would square off on November 19th in Las Vegas, Nevada. With the WBO IBF, WBC, and WBA championship titles hanging in the balance, contractual discussions broke down when Spence Jr's financial consultant, Al Haymon, declined to work with third-party management groups, and the numbers regarding payouts could not be agreed upon.

Crawford, who was set to earn less money than Spence Jr. in their super fight, has already moved on. He is scheduled to fight former WBA champion David Avanesyan on December 10th in Omaha, Nebraska. But that didn't stop him from engaging in a heated verbal dispute with Spence Jr. over the reasons why contractual discussions for their matchup fell through. Among the many topics the two champs broached was the involvement of Al Hamon, financial splits, the timing of the fight, and contract demands. 

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