Errol Spence Jr. has made the transition to the professional ranks with a consummate ease, swiftly racking up 12 knockouts in his 15 wins; he has dispatched his opponents with aplomb.
His first 15 fights have provided him with just 46 rounds of professional boxing and although he has a long way to go to reach the top, early indications are that Errol Spence has started an ascent on a long upward curve and is showing bags of potential. Getting odds on Errol Spence to become champion is a top investment. He will definitely win his next ten fights minimum and is a great bet to become a world junior middleweight champion.
Despite failing to deliver a medal for the USA at the London Olympics he is a seven time national champion and his style may well prove to be even better suited to the pro game. The 24 year old Texan has undoubted dynamite in both hands there is a real assured composure and a calculated conviction to his work that belies a boxer of his age and relative inexperience. The fact that he’s Southpaw stance with a razor sharp jab adds yet another dimension for opponents to tackle but he also looks to be well-balanced with real natural power. He may hail from across the Atlantic, but Errol Spence Jr. is number one on the Sporting Previews prospects list and I would back him to go on to take at least one of the world title straps in what is one of the hardest and most competitive divisions in the sport. UK boxing fans and sports punters, watch out. By 2016 he could be a world renowned superstar in boxing.