Errol Spence lets fans know he is in the gym working
Unified welterweight champion Errol “The Truth” Spence Jr. (26-0, 21ko) recently took to social media to clear any lingering speculation. The Truth, getting wind of certain rumors, made it a point to show the boxing community he’s ready to return. He dispelled any rumors that he isn’t putting in that work during this pandemic by flexing and clearly demonstrating he is indeed ready get back in the ring.
“Who said we ain’t been working? What’s wrong with them man, we in here training.”
“They thought I wasn’t working, they playing, […] they thought I was quarantining and chilling.”
“They thought your boy was just chilling”
The Texas champion would respond to some fan questions asking about his return date.
“I don’t know what date yet. I ain’t saying too much on the live, but sometime this year.”
The unified champion is referring to his upcoming title defense against two-divisional champion Danny “Swift” Garcia (36-2, 21ko).
When that fight was announced, it sent shock waves throughout the boxing community, especially coming off the lockdown of the sport from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Errol Spence would end the live feed with a message for boxing fans.
“I just wanted to show y’all I’m putting in work, working and grinding, doing big things. Fight date getting announced soon.”
The Texas champion did a brief video clip where, in the caption, he had a message for Premier Boxing Champions head honcho Al Haymon.
“Line em up Al.”
By: Garrisson Bland