Charlo, Lubin and Spence Score Impressive Wins On NBC

Errol Spence Jr. -  Super welterweight world champion Jermall "Hitman" Charlo (23-0, 18 KOs) stopped "Silky" Wilky Campfort (21-2, 12 KOs) in the fourth-round to retain his title Saturday afternoon on Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on NBC from The Bomb Factory in Dallas.

Super welterweight world champion Jermall “Hitman” Charlo (23-0, 18 KOs) stopped “Silky” Wilky Campfort (21-2, 12 KOs) in the fourth-round to retain his title Saturday afternoon on Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on NBC from The Bomb Factory in Dallas.

Charlo used his height and jab to control the fight and keep the tenacious Campfort from getting inside and causing any damage to the defending champion. In the second round, Charlo landed a two-punch combo that ended with a right cross to send Campfort to the canvas.

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Weights: Charlo 154, Campfort 153.2; Spence 147 vs. Barrera 146.4

Errol Spence Jr. - LIVE ON NBC - Sat, Nov 28, 2015 - 3PM ET / 12PM PT - Arguably the hottest young boxer in the sport, 2012 U.S. Olympian Errol Spence Jr. (18-0, 15 KOs) is on the fast track to the upper echelon of the 147-pound division—and we’re talking autobahn-fast.

LIVE ON NBC – Sat, Nov 28, 2015 – 3PM ET / 12PM PT – Arguably the hottest young boxer in the sport, 2012 U.S. Olympian Errol Spence Jr. (18-0, 15 KOs) is on the fast track to the upper echelon of the 147-pound division—and we’re talking autobahn-fast.

With 15 knockouts in 18 wins, the southpaw possesses lights-out power and the speed to deliver it to a devastating degree.

Read moreWeights: Charlo 154, Campfort 153.2; Spence 147 vs. Barrera 146.4

Errol Spence Jr: Eyeing Bigger Names For Possible Mayweather Undercard Slot

Errol Spence Jr. - (Photo credit: Suzanne Teresa/Premier Boxing Champions) Former US Olympian Errol Spence Jr is one of the most talked about prospects in all of boxing at the moment and the talented Texan star has  got his sights firmly set on the big fights, telling fighthubtv that he will take any of the names in the division above him, such as Shawn Porter, Keith Thurman or Amir Khan - and he would like to fight them on Floyd Mayweather's under card on Sep 12th.

(Photo credit: Suzanne Teresa/Premier Boxing Champions) Former US Olympian Errol Spence Jr is one of the most talked about prospects in all of boxing at the moment and the talented Texan star has got his sights firmly set on the big fights, telling fighthubtv that he will take any of the names in the division above him, such as Shawn Porter, Keith Thurman or Amir Khan – and he would like to fight them on Floyd Mayweather’s under card on Sep 12th.

“It’s really all of the above” Spence said when quizzed on who he would like to fight if he got that opportunity.

“Everybody’s name; Amir Khan, Shawn Porter, Keith Thurman. I mean anybody who gonna get in the ring – like Floyd said, Floyd said he’d vacate one of his belts for us to fight, so I mean why not? Fighting on the biggest stage, MGM Grand on PPV on Floyd Mayweather’s co-main event? I mean how big can it get?”

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Errol Spence Jr. Impresses With Resounding Victory Over Ronald Cruz Friday on ShoBox: The New Generation

Errol Spence Jr. - LAS VEGAS (June 27, 2014) – Undefeated Errol Spence, Jr. didn’t lose a round and may have made the transition from prospect to contender in a dominating unanimous decision victory (100-90 three times) over the durable Ronald Cruz in the main event of ShoBox: The New Generation on SHOWTIME® from The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

LAS VEGAS (June 27, 2014) – Undefeated Errol Spence, Jr. didn’t lose a round and may have made the transition from prospect to contender in a dominating unanimous decision victory (100-90 three times) over the durable Ronald Cruz in the main event of ShoBox: The New Generation on SHOWTIME® from The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Spence (13-0, 10 KOs) was remarkably efficient with his power punches, landing 282 shots compared to Cruz’s 65 at a rate of 58 percent. Looking like a potential future world champion, the 2012 U.S. Olympian was technically sound and sharp with his punches, picking apart the courageous Cruz (20-4, 15 KOs) as he went past the eighth round for the first time in his career. Conditioning certainly wasn’t an issue for the 24-year-old, who threw more punches in the 10th and final round (114) than he did in any other round in the fight.

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