Welterweight prospect and 2012 U.S. Olympian Errol Spence Jr kept his professional roll going tonight, stopping Noe Bolanos after two rounds on FOX Sports 1.
Spence (14-0, 11 KO) methodically picked apart the overmatched Bolanos (24-11-1, 16 KO), a scrapper who has been in the ring with the likes of Rene Gonzalez, Victor Cayo, and Erickson Lubin, among many others. Bolanos has now lost six straight fights, and retired from this one after the second round, claiming a hand injury.
Spence, 24, is arguably the most highly-touted and developed of the 2012 American Olympians who have gone pro, and has shown some very nice skills thus far in the pro game, and has earned good reports from the Mayweather camp for sparring, too. He looks to be about finished at this level of opposition, and a step up next should be in order.
What kind of opponents do you think Spence and his team should be looking for after this?