Errol spence He explained how he felt in his first sparring sessions, after the brutal car accident that nearly cost him his life.
“The first time I sparred, it felt a little weird. As if I felt real myself, something really weird, “he said. Spence to journalists present at a virtual press conference.
Errol spence He says it took him a little time to feel normal again in a fight, even if they were sparring.
“Probably like the third or fourth sparring session, everything clicked and now I feel ready, sharp as a nail,” said the American. “Everything is back to normal. I feel like I won’t be rusty by December 5th. “
Errol Spence’s change after the accident
While it almost ended in a fatality, the car crash served him well. Errol spence to introspect and improve some aspects of your life.
“It made me feel hungrier,” Spence explained. “It gave me that same feeling that I had before winning the world title (to Kell Brook, in England, in 2017).”
“It just made me more focused, hungry, stay at my right weight,” said the 30-year-old boxer. “I used to come to camp to train, only when I had a row fight. Now I train all year long, and it’s my priority ”.
“Now I think it’s okay, I have a fight and it will be better to train ahead of time, rather than only at the last minute,” said the native of Long Island.
Your next engagement
For your coming contest, Errol spence will measure forces with Danny Garcia, next December 5 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
The last time the welterweight champion put his titles on the line CMB Y FIB, It was on September 28, 2019, when he imposed Shawn porter and brought his record to 26-0, with 21 knockouts.
For its part, Swift Garcia He has not officially presented himself since he extended his numbers to 36 wins, 21 before the limit, and 2 losses, for beating Ivan Redkach last January 25.