Errol Spence Jr. And The Story Of A Sensational Modern Comeback


The unbeaten Spence Jr (27-0, 21 knockouts) puts his WBC and IBF welterweight titles on the line while challenging for Cuban Ugas’ WBA Super belt.

The reintroduction of Errol Spence Jr. back into the limelight

Errol Spence Jr. aka “The Truth” is one of the most decorated figure in recent times in boxing and he still has the chip on his shoulder to be great. especially since Saturday vs. Yordenis Ugas marks his first bout in the ring since his horrific car accident in 2019 after his Shawn Porter bout that almost cost him his life.

Add a eye injury scare in 2021 and you can say Spence has been through the ringer recently. Now being a devout family man to his wife & kids, dedicated to a pristine diet, and focus on reminding people why he is one for the greatest boxers of all time, Spence Jr. is more focused than ever to show everybody that he is still HIM!

His talent is immense and no one put in front of him has knocked him off his pedestal with Spence Jr. boasting a impressive 27-0 record. However, what makes Errol different now from is 2010s is the fact that he approaches each day with a new appreciation and his intellect conutes to improve with age. The dynamite hands of Spence Jr. comes with a new found tact and grace that I think Ugas will have a hard time facing this saturday.

Errol was supposed to take the ring against the legendary Manny Pacquiao this past fall due to a potential career ending eye surgery he had to sit out and Ugas took his place as the man who beat Manny. To me, while no knock to Ugas, it didn’t feel right. Him defeating Manny would’ve been the perfect passing of the torch from one solidified legend to a growing one.

Also it made some critics forget how good of a boxer Errol is. The only two boxers who can match him currently is long rival and undefeated Terence Crawford along with upcoming undefeated hotshot Jaron Ennis Jr. Saturday should be a reintroduction to the world for Errol Spence Jr. and his hard hitting hands which has ended careers.

We love a good comeback story and Spence Jr. is shaping up to be one of the most incredible stories in recent times. Win or lose, he has won the hearts of people worldwide for his tireless dedication to grow his legend in the prestigious sport of boxing. It is aq gladiator sport and he ranks among the best whoever did it with his combination of heart, mind, talent, and will to win!

You can watch the fight In the US via Showtime pay-per-view. The match takes place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. If Saturday goes Errol way then maybe we can get a long anticipated fight vs. Crawford but first first and Spence jr. Vs. Ugas is shaping up to be a good one.

Below is a reminder of how good Spence Jr. is at laying people down.

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