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Errol Spence Jr. Showcased on Friday on SHOWTIME BOXING CLASSICS

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  • Errol Spence Jr. Showcased on Friday on SHOWTIME BOXING CLASSICS

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    PRESS RELEASE: NEW YORK – April 28, 2020 – SHOWTIME Sports will continue to present classic bouts from its vast archive of world championship fights every Friday night at 10 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME throughout the month of May. SHOWTIME BOXING CLASSICS will also be available via the SHOWTIME streaming service and SHOWTIME ANYTIME®.
    • Friday, May 1 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
      • Kell Brook vs. Errol Spence Jr.
      • Spence vs. Lamont Peterson


    Brook-Spence(May 27, 2017, Spence KO 11) – Spence goes into enemy territory and takes the IBF Welterweight Title away from Sheffield, England’s own Brook in an all-action affair at Bramall Lane in Sheffield. Brook’s left eye is badly damaged from Spence’s powerful punches and that proves to be the deciding factor in the bout. By the end of round nine, Brook’s left eye is grotesquely swollen and in round 10, Spence drops Brook with a flurry of punches. The 27-year-old Spence pours on the pressure in round 11 and with Brook’s eye in serious condition, he takes a knee on his own accord. Brook gets up at the count of 9 but referee Howard Foster waves it off, much to the disappointment of the 27,000 fans in attendance.

    Spence-Peterson (January 20, 2018, Spence TKO 7) – Undefeated welterweight world champion Spence retains his IBF title with an impressive stoppage of former two-division champion Peterson. In his first defense since dethroning Brook, Spence outboxes a tough Peterson from start to finish, showcasing a wide array of skills, speed and power. The fight is ends prior to the start of the eighth round after Peterson’s trainer, Barry Hunter, calls for the stoppage.

    Photo credit: SHOWTIME (modified by Leah Capobianco)

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  • #2
    Is that why he said he can beat Mayweather?

    To promote the replay of a couple ancient fights?

    Either that or Spence musta hit his head hard. 🤕