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Errol Spence Jr.
Errol Spence Jr. (born March 3, 1990) is an American professional boxer who is a unified welterweight champion, having held the IBF title since May 2017

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American boxer Errol SpenceErrol Spence in 2014StatisticsReal nameErrol Spence Jr.Nickname(s)The TruthWeight(s)WelterweightHeight5 ft 9.5 in (177 cm)[1]Reach72 in (183 cm)[1]NationalityAmericanBorn (1990-03-03) March 3, 1990 (age 29)[2]
Long Island, New York, U.S.StanceSouthpawBoxing recordTotal fights26Wins26Wins by KO21Losses0

Errol Spence Jr. (born March 3, 1990) is an American professional boxer who is a unified welterweight champion, having held the IBF title since May 2017, and the WBC title since September 2019. As an amateur in the welterweight division, he won three consecutive United States national championships and represented the U.S. at the 2012 Olympics, where he reached the quarter-finals. In 2015, Spence was named Prospect of the Year by ESPN.[3]

As of August 2019, Spence is ranked as the world's fifth best active boxer, pound for pound, by BoxRec, sixth by The Ring magazine[4] and ninth by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board (TBRB). He is also ranked as the world's best active welterweight by The Ring[5] and second by the TBRB[6] and BoxRec.[7] He has a knockout-to-win ratio of 80.8%.

Contents
  • 1 Amateur career
  • 2 Professional career
    • 2.1 Early career
    • 2.2 Rising up the ranks
      • 2.2.1 Spence vs. Algieri
      • 2.2.2 Spence vs. Bundu
    • 2.3 IBF welterweight champion
      • 2.3.1 Spence vs. Brook
      • 2.3.2 Spence vs. Peterson
      • 2.3.3 Spence vs. Ocampo
      • 2.3.4 Spence vs. Garcia
      • 2.3.5 Spence vs. Porter
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 Professional boxing record
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Amateur career

In 2009, Spence won the U.S. National Golden Gloves, and also won three consecutive national amateur welterweight championships from 2009 to 2011, all in the welterweight division.[8] Spence reached the quarter-finals at the 2011 World Championships, losing to Serik Sapiyev.[9][10]

Spence lost in the quarter finals of the 2012 London Olympics to Andrey Zamkovoy and turned professional shortly afterwards.[11]

Professional career Early career

On 9 November 2012, a 22 year old Spence made his professional debut at the Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California in a scheduled 4 round bout against 19 year old Jonathan Garcia. Spence knocked Garcia down and out in the 3rd round. In December 2012, Spence knocked out Richard Andrews at the Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California, which was part of undercard for Amir Khan's comeback fight against Carlos Molina.[12]

Spence fought eight times in 2013, being victorious in all of them, winning six inside the distance. He was taken the distance in an eight-round bout in October by Emmanuel Lartei Lartey. The fight was rather one-sided, with all judges scoring the fight 79-73 in favor of Spence.[13][14] By the end of 2013, Spence had won all of his 10 professional fights, 8 of them by way of knockout.

Spence made his Showtime television debut on 27 June 2014 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas in a 10-round fight against Ronald Cruz. Spence was taken the distance and won a shutout unanimous decision.[15]

On 13 December 2014, Spence beat Javier Castro by TKO in the 5th round at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.[16]

Rising up the ranks

On 11 April 2015, Spence defeated Samuel Vargas by TKO in Round 4 of 10 in a Premier Boxing Champions fight card at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, bringing his record to 16-0.[17] On May 16, it was announced that Spence would feature on the undercard of Shawn Porter vs. Adrien Broner on June 20 at the MGM Grand Arena. Spence defeated Phil Lo Greco (26-1, 14 KOs) via 3rd-round TKO.[18] Spence was originally scheduled to fight Roberto García. García backed out of the fight three days before the card due to weight issues.[19] Spence landed 73 of 142 punched thrown (51%) and Lo Greco landed 19 of 132 (14%).[20]

Spence next fought on the undercard of Stevenson-Karpency against Chris van Heerden at the Ricoh Coliseum.[21] The referee stopped the fight in round 8, after Spence knocked down van Heerden twice in round 7 to win the IBF International welterweight title.[22][23]

In October 2015 it was announced that Spence would fight at The Bomb Factory in Dallas on November 28 against Mexican boxer Alejandro Barrera (28-2, 18 KOs).[24][25] Spence defeated Barrera via 5th-round TKO. This was an IBF eliminator for the number 2 spot in their welterweight contender rankings. Spence was ahead on all three judges scorecards (40-36, 3 times).[26][27]

Spence was named 2015 ESPN.com prospect of the year.[28]

Spence vs. Algieri

On 10 March 2016, it was announced that Spence would fight former light welterweight titlist Chris Algieri at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on 16 April, his biggest fight to date. The fight was scheduled for 10 rounds.[29] In front of a pro-Algieri 7,628 crowd, Spence became the first boxer to stop Algieri. This was Spence's seventh straight knockout. The end came when Spence delivered a left hook to Algieri’s face. The hard shot sent Algieri straight to the canvas and referee Benjy Esteves waived the count. After the bout, Spence said "Kell Brook knows what time it is. We got to get in the ring and fight.". IBF later stated that Spence must have a final eliminator before he is declared mandatory challenger. .[30][31] For the fight, Spence earned $225,000 whilst Algieri earned $325,000. CompuBox punch statistics showed that Spence landed 96 of 311 punches (31%), whereas Algieri landed 36 of 114 thrown (32%).[32] The fight averaged 1.482 million viewers on NBC.[33]

Spence vs. Bundu

On 16 May 2016, Spence denied that his team turned down a fight against Brook, which had been previously insinuated by Eddie Hearn, Brook's promoter. Spence said that the IBF had ordered him to fight their #3 contender Konstantin Ponomarev in order to become the mandatory challenger to Brook.[34] Although there were no agreements to fight, on June 9, Ponomarev injured his hand, forcing him out of the eliminator.[35] Instead, it was confirmed that Spence Jr. would fight IBF #7 Leonard Bundu (33-1-2, 12 KOs) in the eliminator on August 21 at the Ford Amphitheater. The fight would be aired on a Sunday night edition of Premier Boxing Champions on NBC.[36][37]

Spence focused on breaking down Bundu from the start. After five one-sided rounds, Spence backed Bundu against the ropes and connected with an uppercut that dropped Bundu. Referee Johnny Callas waved off the fight without starting a count. After the fight, Spence Jr. reiterated his desire of becoming IBF World champion stating, "I definitely want my shot at Kell Brook and his title, I want him next. If he vacates or gets stripped, then I'll fight for his vacant title. I've paid my dues." For the fight, Spence received $250,000 compared to Bundu's $30,000 purse.[38][39] The fight drew 4.8 million viewers on NBC and peaked at 6.34 million. This was the highest TV audience for boxing in over 10 years in the United States.[40]

IBF welterweight champion Spence vs. Brook

In January 2017, IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook and his team were in talks with Amir Khan over a potential fight, whilst also keeping the mandatory fight with Spence as second choice. During negotiations, Khan urged Brook to fight Spence first and eventually talks broke down between Brook and Khan. Brook's promoter Eddie Hearn mentioned talks were already ongoing with Spence's manager Al Haymon for a fight to take place possibly in the UK in May. Hearn received an extension from the IBF for negotiations between himself and TGB Promotions boss Tom Brown, as they were progressing.[41] The purse bids for the fight was set for 7 February by the IBF.[42] On February 1, Hearn claimed that Brook will be keeping his title and make the defense against Spence and that he had reached out to Spence's team, to no reply. He assumed that they wanted the fight to go to purse bids. Spence said that he had no problem travelling to the UK for the fight, regardless of negotiations.[43][44] With a deal close to being reached a day before the purse bids, the IBF granted a week extension, pushing the purse bid back 7 days.[45][46] On February 13, a deal was reached for the fight to take place in Sheffield on 20 May 2017.[47][48][49] At a press conference at Bramall Lane, Sheffield on March 22, the fight was officially announced to take place on May 27, 2017 live on Sky Box Office in the UK and Showtime in the US.[50][51]

In front of 27,000 fans, Spence dropped and eventually stopped Brook to win the IBF welterweight title after 11 rounds. In a fight where mostly power shots were landed, Spence threw combinations to the head and to the body, gradually wearing down Brook. Brook did well working the counter, and landed his own shots to the body. In round 10, Spence cornered Brook against the ropes and unloaded some heavy power shots, which caused Brook to take a knee. In round 11, Brook motioned many times that he couldn't see through his left eye and voluntarily took a knee. The referee started the 10 count, which Brook was unable to beat, giving him back to back defeats and his first as a welterweight. At the time of stoppage, all three judges had Spence ahead on their scorecards (97-92, 96-93, 95-94).[52] Although he won the fight, Spence admitted it was not his best performance, "I give myself a B-. I was a little bit off with my offense and defense, but I give Kell a lot of credit. This is what true champions do. You go anywhere to fight." Spence landed 246 of 633 punches thrown (39%) while Brook landed 136 of 442 (31%).[53][54][55] The fight was shown in the afternoon in the US on Showtime and averaged 291,000 viewers, peaking at 337,000 viewers. These was considered low numbers, even for an afternoon showing, possibly due to it being a holiday weekend.[56] For the fight, Spence earned around £1 million and Brook earned a guaranteed £3 million.[57]

Spence vs. Peterson

On 3 October 2017, Lamont Peterson (35-3-1, 17 KOs) vacated his WBA (Regular) title in hopes of challenging Spence for the latter's IBF title.[58] Dan Rafael revealed that Spence was promised a $3.5 million purse from his manager Al Haymon for his next fight.[59] On October 13, it was reported that terms would be finalised within a week. The fight was tentatively scheduled for Spence's 28th birthday, 13 January 2018 against Peterson. The event would be aired on Showtime. Peterson last saw action when he dethroned David Avanesyan in February 2017.[60] The fight was confirmed on 14 October, with Barclays Center the front-runner to land the fight. At a presser, Spence spoke fondly of Peterson, "He's somebody I looked up to in the amateurs and I learned a lot from. I had a training camp with him at the Olympic training center. So he's a guy I really look up to. He's one of my favorite fighters. He'll fight anybody. I've never known him to say no to a fight. I'm looking forward to it. He's got true grit. He's a real fighter. He's a guy who gives it his all and has a big heart."[61] On November 5, it was reported the fight was confirmed to take place at the Barclays Center in Brookyn on January 20, 2018.[62]

On fight night, in front of 12,107, Spence broke Peterson down mentally and physically eventually forcing Peterson's trainer Barry Hunter to stop the fight a second into round 8. Peterson was dropped in round 5 from a left hand by Spence. Peterson beat the count and looked unsteady, surviving the round. Peterson took a lot of punishment, but managed to fire back some offence of his own before the round ended. Peterson’s face looked swollen and his eyes were puffy from Spence’s hard shots. Spence also worked the body from the opening bell. After round 6, Peterson knew he was behind on the scorecards and indicated to his trainer, who said he would give him a few more rounds.[63] In the post-fight interviews, Spence said, "I want to thank Lamont. A lot guys turned down the fight, and he took like a real warrior, and I commend him for that. My coach came with a great game plan, and I just followed through with it. Keep my range, keep my composure." Spence admitted he would need to work on his defence a little. When interviewer Jim Gray asked Hunter about the stoppage, he replied, "It was really hard , but if you know Lamont, you know he was not going to give up. So I had to stop it. At the end of the day this is my son right here. And there's nothing more valuable than his well being. If it comes to him or winning, I pick him. I care about him." After the fight, Spence called out unified champion Keith Thurman, referring him to 'sometime'. At the time of stoppage, all three judges had their scorecards at 70-62 for Spence.[64][65]

According to CompuBox stats, Spence landed 161 of 526 punches thrown (30%), and Peterson landed only 45 of his 158 thrown (28%). For the fight, Spence had an official purse of $1.2 million and Peterson's purse was $600,000.[66] The fight averaged 637,000 viewers and peaked at 695,000 viewers on Showtime.[67]

Spence vs. Ocampo

On January 23, 2018 the IBF sent a letter to TGB Promotions ordering Spence to make a mandatory defence against unbeaten prospect Carlos Ocampo (22-0, 13 KOs) next. Zanfer Promotions, who promote Ocampo were also notified and were given until February 22 to reach a deal before purse bids take place. Because Ocampo was not rated in the top 2 in the IBF rankings at the time, at purse bids, he would be entitled to 15% rather than the 25% that a mandatory challenger receives.[68][69] On January 24, Showtime announced that Spence would next fight on June 16 in Dallas, Texas.[70] On February 24, according to ESPN, the IBF ordered purse bids to take place on March 6.[71][72] Four days later, it was revealed that both sides had reached a deal.[73][74] On April 30, an official press release confirmed the bout would take place at the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco.[75] In front of a sellout crowd of 12,604, Spence knocked Ocampo out in round 1 to retain his IBF title. In response to some body shots from Ocampo, Spence hit back with a hard left to the body that sent Ocampo to the canvas. Referee Lawrence Cole made the 10 count as Ocampo tried to get up, but was in too much pain. The time of the stoppage was at 3:00 of round 1. The knockout for Spence was his 11th consecutive stoppage since 2014. Spence stated he wanted to unify the division by going after the winner of the Shawn Porter vs. Danny Garcia, Keith Thurman and Terence Crawford. After the bout, Spence said, "I was a little disappointed. I wanted to give the crowd their money's worth. I wanted him to sustain a bit and give him some punishment, but the body shot got him and I dropped him." Spence wanted to go at least 5 rounds. According to Ocampo, it was overconfidence that caught up to him and ended his world title challenge. For the fight, Spence made $1.2 million and Ocampo was given a $75,000 purse. Numerous Cowboys players were in attendance, including quarterback Dak Prescott.[76][77] The fight averaged 683,000 viewers and peaked at 726,000 viewers on Showtime, an increase from his previous bout.[78]

Spence vs. Garcia

On October 25, 2018 BoxingScene.com reported that negotiations between Spence and Mikey Garcia (39-1, 30 KOs) were progressing, with the fight likely to take place in February 2019 on Showtime PPV.[79] Garcia first began to call out Spence for a fight before he defeated and unified the lightweight division in July. On October 30, Garcia vacated his IBF lightweight title and the purse bid for the potential Richard Commey fight was cancelled.[80] On November 13, PBC made an official announcement for their 2019 schedule. It was announced the fight between Garcia and Spence would take place at the welterweight limit at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on March 16, 2019 exclusively on FOX PPV.[81][82] Many fans reacted to fight being announced. Some welcoming the fight and praising Garcia for 'daring to be great' and some fans believed the size difference would be too much as Spence is considered a big welterweight.[83].

On the night though, Spence completely outclassed Garcia, using his superior reach to constantly land jabs to the head and body from distance, landing 108 over the course of the fight. Garcia tried to close the distance, but with Spence's weight and height advantage, he was able to outclass Garcia even in the pocket. In rounds 8 and 9, Spence landed over 100 punches in two rounds, with the majority being power shots, constantly using lead hooks and uppercuts on the increasing backing up Garcia. In total Spence landed 345 punches to Garcia's 75. Garcia was unable to land double digit punches in any of the twelve rounds. The scorecards on the night read 120-107 and 120-108, twice, to give Spence a perfect 12 round shutout victory.

After the fight, Spence was joined in the ring by eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao and they both stated they would love to fight each other next.

Spence vs. Porter

Main article:Errol Spence Jr. versus Shawn Porter

Personal life

Spence is of Jamaican descent and has two daughters.[84]

Professional boxing record Professional record summary 26 fights 26 wins 0 losses By knockout 21 0 By decision 5 0 No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes 26 Win 26–0 Shawn Porter SD 12 Sep 28, 2019 Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S. Retained IBF welterweight title;
Won WBC welterweight title 25 Win 25–0 Mikey Garcia UD 12 Mar 16, 2019 AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas, U.S. Retained IBF welterweight title 24 Win 24–0 Carlos Ocampo KO 1 (12), 3:00 Jun 16, 2018 The Ford Center at The Star, Frisco, Texas, U.S. Retained IBF welterweight title 23 Win 23–0 Lamont Peterson RTD 7 (12), 3:00 Jan 20, 2018 Barclays Center, New York City, New York, U.S. Retained IBF welterweight title 22 Win 22–0 Kell Brook KO 11 (12), 1:47 May 27, 2017 Bramall Lane, Sheffield, England Won IBF welterweight title 21 Win 21–0 Leonard Bundu KO 6 (12), 2:06 Aug 21, 2016 Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island, New York City, New York, U.S. 20 Win 20–0 Chris Algieri TKO 5 (10), 0:48 Apr 16, 2016 Barclays Center, New York City, New York, U.S. 19 Win 19–0 Alejandro Barrera TKO 5 (12), 1:46 Nov 28, 2015 The Bomb Factory, Dallas, Texas, U.S. 18 Win 18–0 Chris van Heerden TKO 8 (10), 0:50 Sep 11, 2015 Ricoh Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 17 Win 17–0 Phil Lo Greco TKO 3 (10), 1:50 Jun 20, 2015 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. 16 Win 16–0 Samuel Vargas TKO 4 (10), 1:45 Apr 11, 2015 Barclays Center, New York City, New York, U.S. 15 Win 15–0 Francisco Javier Castro TKO 5 (8), 2:43 Dec 13, 2014 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. 14 Win 14–0 Noe Bolanos RTD 2 (8), 3:00 Sep 11, 2014 The Joint, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. 13 Win 13–0 Ronald Cruz UD 10 Jun 27, 2014 The Joint, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. 12 Win 12–0 Raymond Charles TKO 1 (10), 2:52 Apr 18, 2014 Illusions Theater, San Antonio, Texas, U.S. 11 Win 11–0 Peter Olouch KO 4 (8), 1:39 Feb 10, 2014 Cowboys Dancehall, San Antonio, Texas, U.S. 10 Win 10–0 Gerardo Cuevas RTD 1 (8), 3:00 Dec 13, 2013 Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, California, U.S. 9 Win 9–0 Emmanuel Lartie Lartey UD 8 Oct 14, 2013 BB&T Center, Sunrise, Florida, U.S. 8 Win 8–0 Jesus Tavera TKO 1 (8), 2:33 Sep 12, 2013 MGM Grand Marquee Ballroom, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. 7 Win 7–0 Eddie Cordova KO 1 (6), 2:13 Jul 20, 2013 Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, California, U.S. 6 Win 6–0 Guillermo Ibarra KO 1 (6), 1:32 Jun 1, 2013 BB&T Center, Sunrise, Florida, U.S. 5 Win 5–0 Brandon Hoskins TKO 1 (6), 2:35 May 3, 2013 The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Paradise, Nevada, U.S 4 Win 4–0 Luis Torres UD 4 Mar 2, 2013 Our Lady of the Lake University Gym, San Antonio, Texas, U.S. 3 Win 3–0 Nathan Butcher TKO 1 (4), 1:03 Jan 26, 2013 The Joint, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. 2 Win 2–0 Richard Andrews TKO 3 (4), 0:44 Dec 15, 2012 Memorial Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, U.S. 1 Win 1–0 Jonathan Garcia KO 3 (4), 2:41 Nov 9, 2012 Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, California, U.S. References
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External links
  • Professional boxing record for Errol Spence Jr. from BoxRec
  • Errol Spence Jr. profile at Premier Boxing Champions
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Sporting positions Amateur boxing titles Previous:
Steven Martinez U.S. Golden Gloves
welterweight champion

2009 Next:
David Grayton Previous:
Javontae Starks U.S. welterweight champion
2009–2011 Next:
Patrick Day World boxing titles Preceded by
Kell Brook IBF welterweight champion
May 27, 2017 – present Incumbent Preceded by
Shawn Porter WBC welterweight champion
September 28, 2019 – present Awards Previous:
Félix Verdejo ESPN Prospect of the Year
2015 Next:
Erickson Lubin
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