28/09/2019 · Check out live streaming options, start time and more for "Errol Spence Jr. vs. Shawn Porter" tonight (Sat., Sept. 28, 2019) live on FOX Sports PPV from Los Angeles, California.

28/09/2019 Porter, who is 30-2-1 with 17 knockouts, will get in Spence’s face seconds after the opening bell and will stay there until Spence finds a way to force him to back off. Porter (30-2-1, 17 KOs) laughs at the oddsmakers who see Spence, the IBF welterweight champion, as a double-digit favorite. Along with Porter’s solid list of victories over world-class opponents

Errol Spence Jr. vs. Shawn Porter, was a professional boxing welterweight championship unification match contested between IBF champion Errol Spence Jr. and WBC champion Shawn Porter. The event took place on September 28, 2019 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Spence Jr. won the fight via split decision, with two scorecards reading 116–111 for Spence Jr., and the third 115 As expected, Porter rebounded strong, going at Spence and putting him on the back foot for most of the remainder of the round. "I think that knockdown was the difference," said Porter. "I couldn't come back to the corner with my head down after that." The final round was more of the same, with both fighters going toe-to-toe and leaving the STAPLES Center crowd on their feet and roaring until

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Both guys were tit for tat w/ one another, not much effective punches thrown; Porter aggressively throwing ineffective looping punches or not much that connected while Spence kept pushing Porter’s head down which Porter reciprocated by clinching, especially when Spence was in close range (punching distance) and towards the later rounds Porter was getting reckless which led to Spence pulling off that left hook knock down to Porter. Overall, if Spence didn’t pull off that knockdown, I Errol Spence beat Shawn Porter by split decision to unify the welterweight division. Spence, now the IBF and WBC champion, had to dig deep in front of the packed out Staples Centre in Los Angeles