Errol Spence Jr did, as he's saying, what Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan couldn't do: he didn't just beat Chris Algieri, but he finished him inside the distance. In fact, he finished Algieri inside half the scheduled distance, putting him away in the fifth round tonight on PBC on NBC.
Spence first dropped Algieri just after the fourth round started:
In the fifth, he finished the fight:
Krzysztof Glowacki retained the WBO cruiserweight title with a hard-fought win over Steve Cunningham on the card, as well.
Glowacki put Cunningham down two times in the second round:
In the 10th round, Cunningham went down again:
Cunningham would also get dropped in the 12th round, four times overall in the fight.
In the most controversial fight of the night -- and probably of the weekend -- American light heavyweight prospect Marcus Browne escaped with a split decision win over Radivoje Kalajdzic, winning over eight rounds in a fight that was marred by some poor officiating as well as questionable judging.
Here's Browne landing a good shot at the end of round three:
Kalajdzic came back to drop Browne for the first time in his career in the sixth round: