Errol Spence did impose Shawn Porter and, although he will face in the next fight against Danny García, his great objective has a first and last name. Yes, Manny Pacquiao. The other option is Terrence Crawford's.
Spence's victory over Porter, in which the IBF champion also seized the WBC welterweight title, has much merit and the American boxer looks more than prepared to continue facing great challenges in his career. So he has no fear of what may come ahead, he feels prepared for everything. In fact, before Porter he has already shown it.
Spence won on Saturday by a score of 116-111, 112-115 and 116-111, after a very close fight that was decided in the 11th round, when his left hook wobbled Porter.
Spence's match against Porter was simply exceptional, which is why he comes out tremendously strengthened on a difficult night, but that put the audience on their feet for the delivery and quality that both fighters demonstrated.
Filipino Pacquiao wanted to measure the winner of this fight and surely Spence is not going to back down.
Wilder vs. Ortiz
Undefeated American Deontay Wilder will defend his World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight crown against Cuban Luis Ortiz in Las Vegas on Nov. 23 in a rematch of his 2018 title match.
Wilder, 41-0 with a draw and 40 knockouts, will turn 34 this month before facing Ortiz (31-1 with 26 knockouts).
In his first matchup in Brooklyn, Wilder brought down Ortiz in the fifth round, was surprised by the Cuban in the seventh, but struggled to knock Ortiz down again with a right hand in the tenth to end the fight. AGENCIES