Both undefeated, the former Olympian and current Ibf Ww champion Errol Spence Jr entered this fight with a perfect record of 23-0-0 (20 KOs=87%) and he is ranked as the No.2 welterweight in the world (currently the #1 in this division is Terrence Crawford) while his opponent, Carlos Ocampo, has a boxing record of 22-0-0 (13 knockouts) and he entered as the No.22 in the same weight class. In their last three fights Spence has beat Leonard Bundu , Kell Brook and Lamont Peterson while Ocampo has won over Alvaro Robles, Daniel Echeverria and Dario Ferman. Spence vs Ocampo is valid for the IBF World welterweight title (Spence’s second defense). Watch the video and rate this fight!
a month agoAt this stage of his career, Spence Jr has pretty much the same KO% Hearns had after 24 fights. The difference is that Spence Jr is a World Champion and Hearns wasn't at this point. It's too early to say, but I believe Spence Jr might be as good as Hearns was. History will tell.Good job by Spence Jr who did exactly what we expected. Didn't waste no useless time getting the work done against an outclassed fighter.
I like Spence and think that he's a good fighter, but come on how does a fight like this get sanctioned as a title fight? Is the talent pool so shallow that this was the best that they could dig up?Ocampo was totally out of his league and had no business being in there. Spence has good power but he's not the second coming of Thomas Hearns. Ocampo went down like he just got hit by Mike Tyson