Errol Spence Jr vs Chris Algieri full fight Video – 2016

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3 Star RatingReview by 2016-04-16, good fight between Errol Spence Jr and Chris Algieri: it gets three stars.

The undefeated Errol Spence Jr entered this fight with a perfect boxing record of 19-0-0 (16 KOs=84%) and he is ranked as the No.11 welterweight in the world. He fought four times last year beating Chris van Heerden (=Spence Jr vs van Heerden) and Alejandro Barrera in his last two (=Spence Jr vs Barrera).
His opponent, the former Wbo light-Ww champion Chris Algieri, has an official record of 21-2-0 (8 knockouts) and he entered as the No.12 in the same weight class but he lost two out of his last three bouts, against Manny Pacquiao (=Pacquiao vs Algieri) and Amir Khan (=Khan vs Algieri); after this fight he won over Erick Bone (=Algieri vs Bone). Spence vs Algieri is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!



Date: 2016-04-16

Where: Barclays Center, New York, USA

Division: welterweight (147 lbs, 66.7 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Errol Spence Jr def. Chris Algieri (TKO, round 5)


Spence’s previous fight: Errol Spence Jr vs Alejandro Barrera

Algieri’s previous fight: Chris Algieri vs Erick Bone

Spence’s next fight: Errol Spence Jr vs Leonard Bundu



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9 comments on “Errol Spence Jr vs Chris Algieri full fight Video – 2016”

  1. Good fight and good showing from Spence.
    2 things – first never knew he was so dirty. Holding & hitting, rabbit punching, low blows. But since it’s the ref’s job to keep that from happening – it’s like renigging in spades. Its AOK less you get caught.

    2nd is let us not forget Algieri is a 140lber
    without power.

    So with Thurman and Porter tied up I would like to see him face at least Vargas if not Brook. Got a feeling it isn’t going to be Brook even though he said he would got to England. I don’t see Haymon allowing that.

    If Haymon drops some $ it could be Bradley.
    This year will tell.

    • Good points. A poor showing by the ref, especially after the low blow. Not that I think it would have helped Algieri one bit to get competent refereeing, but he deserved it all the same.

      After this brutal win, people are going to avoid Spence. I look forward to him catching up with the avoiders, notably Thurman.

      We’ll know if Thurman’s suspected decline is real in a few weeks’ time. If Thurman looks good against Porter, Spence should renew the challenge.

      I suspect Spence could punish the light-fisted Bradley much as Pacquiao recently did. But its probably wiser for his development to meet Vargas first, don’t you think?

      Spence-Brook — that would be thrilling.

  2. Really, Spence was perfect in dissecting Algieri. The purses: Spence $225K, Algieri $325K. I think they were rather low considering the place looked full and it was shown on NBC, what do you think? Is Al Haymon becoming cheap?

  3. Nice fight with two fast boxers in action but with the expected result. Errol in addition of being a very hard puncher is also a boxer with very good techniques and with the gifted southpaw stance also. Therefore, the chances for Chris to win this fight were very minimal (1 in 10 probably) since Errol, a very young boxer with a bright future, would put with no doubts a fierce opposition to keep his undefeated and current condition. In fact, choosing Chris for this fight was a very good idea to promote his career since Chris is a good recognized boxer with still a reasonable record and some luster because his latest bouts against Pacquiao mainly and others.
    The fight itself was sometimes disorganized and a little bit dirty too with little control from the referee.
    I believe Chris’s career is almost over since he hasn’t power at all and defensive wise he isn’t the best either. He has very minor chances for improvement and very big ones of being a sort of “flavored meat” selected by younger prospects in this category for promotion purposes.


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