As he prepares for his first title shot on May 27, 2017, vs. Kell Brook, take a look back at some of the Greatest Hits from boxing's hottest young prospect, Errol Spence Jr. Since the PBC's debut in early 2015, the Dallas, Texas, native has fought six times in front of a national TV audience, and now at 21-0 (18 KO), he has never missed a chance to impress.
In his first PBC broadcast appearance, rising welterweight contender Errol Spence Jr. showed just why he was one of the hottest prospects in all of boxing. The DeSoto, Texas, native made quick work of Samuel Vargas, knocking him down early, then scoring a TKO stoppage in the fourth round on April, 11, 2015, on NBCSN.
This week on PBC Jabs we check in with Andre Berto before he heads in the ring April 22nd, heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder gets ready to go wild on MTV's "Wild N Out" and we look back at a knockout by Errol Spence Jr. for "Throwback Thursday."
This week on PBC Jabs we take a look at the officially announced Kell Brook vs Errol Spence Jr. world title fight, we catch up with former world title challenger Josesito Lopez ahead of his April 9th matchup and we preview our upcoming April 4th PBC on FS1 show.
In order to set up his May 27th welterweight title shot against Kell Brook, Errol Spence Jr. first had to get past once-beaten veteran Leonard Bundu. He did so in spectacular fashion in front of a TV audience of more than 6 million viewers.
This week on PBC Jabs, Danny Garcia returns home to fight for Philly on November 12th and Keith Thurman and Errol Spence Jr. are in the spotlight in the latest edition of “Boxing Beefs."
Undefeated rising star Errol Spence Jr. scored a devastating sixth-round knockout of Leonard Bundu to win a 147-pound world title eliminator.
Unbeaten rising star Errol Spence Jr. earned a sensational sixth-round KO of Leonard Bundu in a 147-pound title eliminator