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.
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.
Adonis Stevenson is a powerful knockout artist who comes from a big Canadian city, drives a Rolls-Royce, was groomed by a legendary trainer and goes by the nickname “Superman.”
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.