DiBella, who’s promoting the card headlined by the Spence-Peterson fight, considers the experienced Peterson just the type of opponent that’ll tell us how ready Spence is to move closer toward the top of pound-for-pound lists. If Spence stops Peterson, which only Lucas Matthysse has done, or dominates him on his way to a 12-round win, DiBella would consider it quite an impressive statement from the unbeaten IBF welterweight champ.
Lou DiBella isn’t certain whether Javier Fortuna’s power will be as effective against an elite-level lightweight as it was when he knocked out opponents in lower weight classes. DiBella does know that the extremely confident Fortuna isn’t bluffing when he says he is coming to take out Robert Easter Jr. on the Errol Spence Jr.-Lamont Peterson undercard Saturday night in Brooklyn.
Lucas Browne and Dillian Whyte continued talking trash to each other Thursday. London’s Whyte was dismissive of Browne’s chances of winning their heavyweight fight during a press conference to officially announce their March 24 battle at O2 Arena in London. “Lucas Browne hasn’t got no way of stopping me,” Whyte said. “He doesn’t throw combinations, and he’s old and slow. All he’s got is power.
Not sure why Errol Spence didn't inform Stephen A. Smith that Keith Thurman wasn't available 2 fight him Saturday night on First Take today. Smith asked if Thurman didn't answer the call. Spence said he didn't, rather than noting Thurman's recovery from elbow surgery
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