Errol Spence Jr. Vs Carlos Ocampo

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Errol Spence Jr. Vs Carlos Ocampo
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Date: 
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Location: 
Dallas
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
147
Titles at Stake: 
IBF World welterweight title

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Errol Spence Jr
                                                                    
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Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

This is I think really just a fight Spence has taken for the sake of activity, but it is a good match up, Ocampo is not a bum, you only have to glance at his record (22-0) to see he is a decent opponent. This fight shouldn't be too easy for Spence.

Interestingly, when you actually look at this as a fight, think neutrally, you notice that this is a fight between two unbeaten fighters, two guys which have won all their fights, 45 fights between them, they have been professional for a similar amount of time, and they have both been active, consistent over the past few years, neither are coming off a long break. Both these guys have beaten mostly opponents with winning records, and have both beaten at least one previously undefeated opponent.

I don't think it is that there are so many reasons why Spence must be a very, very heavy favourite, but just one or two reasons, which are very important aspects of boxing.
- Spence is the much bigger puncher
- Ocampo might have almost as many wins as Spence, and also be undefeated as well, but he hasn't fought at anywhere near the level Spence has fought at, it is simply about levels, and fighting for and winning a world title is a different world to fighting at the level which is competitive within one country, and fighting guys who have previously lost 3-8 fights, and not to world level fighters

I think levels are important for a good, really competitive, interesting fight, but for a fairly competitive fight which you would be harsh to call a mismatch, I think it is more about the underdog being young enough to put up a great effort, having a good record, and having a lot of fitness and durability.
I think this fight, for Spence, is easier than his previous fights of this significance, in the sense that Bundu, Peterson, Algieri were all higher level competitors, but it is a tougher fight in the sense that Ocampo is unbeaten, and a lot younger than those fighters.

I don't think this will end early, but I think it will be one way traffic.
I don't think Ocampo has the skill, the power, or the experience to give Spence any problems, I think he will try his best, soak up a lot of big shots which would flatten some fighters. I think Spence will be able to control the fight with his jab, or make it a fight, and get the better of it, without difficulty, I think Spence will be in control, but round after round, the only thing he won't manage to do is put Ocampo on the canvas.
I think because Ocampo is young and unbeaten, he should be able to test Spence's defence, if he does throw a lot of shots, I think Spence has the ability to defend well, but I don't think he has real reason to avoid getting hit in this fight, especially if he senses Ocampo weakening.
I think eventually, Spence will have broken Ocampo down, he'll walk him down, tee off, and he'll get the stoppage.

I wouldn't be shocked if this went 12, but I think if it does, it will be a shutout or close to it, Spence could get Ocampo out of there early, if Ocampo makes a big mistake, lacks respect for Spence's power, or doesn't take shots well.
I think Spence will stop Ocampo in 9 or 10 rounds.

Champion97's picture

Tale of the tape

Spence
Fights: 23
Year of debut: 2012
Wins: 23
Title contests: 2
World title contests: 2
KO percentage: 87
Unbeaten opponents: 1
Opponents with losing records: 1
Career heaviest weight: 156
Career lightest weight: 146
Best win (opinionated): Kell Brook (May 2017, KO 11)
Current activity rate (2016-present): 4 fights
Time since last fight: 5 months

Ocampo
Fights: 22
Year of debut: 2012
Wins: 22
Title contests: 0
World title contests: 0
KO percentage: 59
Unbeaten opponents: 3
Opponents with losing records: 6
Career heaviest weight: 159
Career lightest weight: 134
Best win (opinionated): Ramses Agaton (June 2016, UD)
Current activity rate (2016-present): 5 fights
Time since last fight: 7 months

Champion58's picture

Prediction.
I think Spence will get the knock out, somewhere within rounds 4-6, just too good for Ocampo.

SalTnutZ1's picture

R1) Ocampo was fighting well, working the jab and controlling distance, and I had him winning, but got caught in final exchange at bell and dropped with body shot.