Well, he wanted to play the clown, but in the end, Chris van Heerden was more like another staple of kiddie birthday parties: the piñata.
Errol Spence Jr. fields the questions with the offhanded ease of a shortstop gloving a lazy pop fly. He’s getting used to this.
Errol Spence Jr. has plenty of reasons to keep knocking dudes ironing board-flat in the ring: pride, bank and the desire to fulfill his considerable potential as a former Olympian, one who’s had boxing pundits fogging windows with hot talk about his future ever since he turned pro in 2012. That, and Rambo needs more room to roam.