WBC / IBF welterweight champion (66.7 kg) American Errol Spence Jr. (26-0-0, 21 KO) spoke emotionally about a year of his life after a car accident that almost ended his career last October.
“This is one of the best preparations in my life. I feel like I’m ready. You can see that I am sweating well and not exhausted by the weight-lifter. I don’t have to strain to keep up with the weight. The birth of my son motivated me to fight for his future and the future of my daughters.
After the accident, there were many questions, and the only thing I knew was that I would not give up training. I feel like I’ve been given a second chance. Both in boxing and in life. Without a doubt, it’s a miracle that I survived and now go out to fight, ”said Spence.