Errol Spence Jr. vs. Leonard Bundu Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
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ERROL SPENCE JR
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50
LEONARD BUNDU
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45

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Errol Spence Jr

Leonard Bundu



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R1- The first minute is missing footage, but the other two show Spence doing most of his work through the jab, occassionally using it to land left hooks to the head and body.

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R2- Due to the angle and no replays following, Spence at least APPEARS to be dropped by an overhand right by Bundu, but the ref immediately calls slip and no boos or complaints from Bundu follow, so I’ll give it the benefit of the doubt. Bundu is trying to throw wild shots and even switch stances, but can’t seem to get past the continuous jab from Spence.

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R3- While Spence is not as busy as we are used to seeing, he is still in control due to the jab to the head and body, ring generalship, and effective defense.

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R4- Now Spence picks up the pace, finding a home for the overhand left and uppercut, not giving Bundu much time to think due to the consistent jab. Bundu is trying to make it a brawl and has minor success, but Spence is catching a majority of these shots on his gloves and elbows.

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R5- Bundu has his best round, as he lands several short overhand lefts when in a southpaw stance. However, Spence is still touching him up with the jab, hooking off of it several times, and getting 1-2’s through his guard.

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R6- Upon jabbing him into the ropes at the start, Spence seems to hurt Bundu with some body shots before Bundu backs himself off with a small flurry. As Spence follows out, he manages to impressively block and slip everything Bundu throws at this instance. We do see Bundu manage to land a few winging shots and utilize some head movement of his own for a change, but this gets shut down when Spence dazes him with a left uppercut before very roughly pushing him down to the canvas. Spence follows up briefly and lands another left uppercut before knocking Bundu out with a clean right hook, having his head slide down all the ropes and end up hanging out of the ring, exposing a major grimace on his face. Definitely one of the best KO’s of that year, and the most devastating that Spence has scored to date. A very solid performance and win for him, and he did pass the test of doing a better job on Bundu than Thurman. While this was the very end of Bundu’s career, Spence had pleased the eye test in all of his prospect-level fights and would finally get his hands on some welterweight gold in his next fight.