Phil Lo Greco sucked in a deep, futile breath, looking like he didn’t know what just hit him, even though the brute behind said blow was standing right in front of him, poised to deliver plenty more.
In his hometown debut, Errol Spence Jr. dominates Alejandro Barrera en route to his fifth straight TKO victory
It was a textbook dismantling, with pages inked the sweat and blood of Errol Spence Jr.'s opponent.
Errol Spence Jr. has had brief fights. Lord knows, he’s had plenty of those, with 15 knockouts in 18 wins.
Normally, when Errol Spence Jr. has downtime in camp, you can find him blasting away on the latest hotshot video game. And that still holds true as he prepares to take on Alejandro Barrera on Saturday at The Bomb Factory in Dallas (NBC, 3 p.m. ET/noon PT).
Boys to men: Jermall Charlo and Errol Spence Jr. came up together in the amateurs, now they’re headlining on the same card
Soon, they’ll share the spotlight, having already done the same with their dreams.
The last man who dared enter the ring against Jermall Charlo did so with a championship in hand and an abundance of confidence. Less than four rounds later, said man exited the ring with neither his title nor much of his dignity.