EXCLUSIVE: U.S. Olympic Boxer Errol Spence, Jr. On His Friendship With Rau'shee Warren
U.S. Olympic boxer Errol Spence, Jr., who is currently ranked the number one American amateur boxer in the Welterweight division, isn't one to have a system for success — he trusts his gut.
"I take the first minute of the round to size up my opponent and figure out what he does and just break him down," Spence told Uinterview in our exclusive with him. "And whatever he does I just adjust to it."
Spence, a man of few words, also isn't keen on giving his game away, but he has come to tolerate the media attention that comes with being the best at what you do. "It means a lot to me to do this, but of course I'm a quiet guy," he told us, smiling. "So it's kind of hard, but you just got to adapt and open up, because this is part of the game, too."
One of the topics that Spence is willing to open up about? His friends in the game, namely Rau'shee Warren, who also sat down exclusively with Uinterview, and Joseph Diaz. "They bring a lot to USA boxing," Spence assured. "And they're very good guys. They're fun to be around, funny. They're never too serious anytime we've got a competition coming up. And they're good friends of mine. As soon as we met, we clicked just like that."
Check out Uinterview's full exclusive with Errol Spence, Jr. here:
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