Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford are two of the best fighters in the world in any weight class.
Luckily for boxing fans, both are competing at 147 pounds so the fight to see which one is the better talent is easy to make, or so one would hope.
But unluckily for fight fans, each fighter is represented by rival stakeholders and television networks that would likely rather keep each man's biggest divisional risk out of the picture entirely.
While Spence unified the WBC and WBO belts against Shawn Porter last year, Crawford had already won world titles in three different weight classes to prove he belongs among the very elite in the sport.
But the two fighters badly need to face each other before Spence vs. Crawford becomes this generation's version of Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao.