Expect Fireworks... Danny Roman (vs. Matsumoto & Kubo) landed a whopping 33.9 of 82.8 punches per round. 30.5 of those landed punches were power shots (throwing 61.7), as he landed 49.4%. Also, 45% of Roman's landed punches were body shots (CompuBox avg.: 23.3%).
Flores can let his hands go as well, landing 25 of 80.4 per round (vs. Rigo, Cusolito & Escandon), who landed 35.4% of their power shots vs. Flores. 23 of Flores 25 landed punches were power shots. So, of their 58.9 combined landed punches per round, 53.5 were power shots (90.8%). (CompuBox avg.: 72.5%).
Unbeaten welterweight world champion Errol Spence Jr. and top-rated contender Carlos Ocampo spoke to media at the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters Thursday as Spence nears his homecoming title defense against his unbeaten challenger this Saturday, June 16 live on SHOWTIME from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions.
The SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING telecast begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and features super bantamweight world champion Daniel Roman defending his belt against unbeaten Moises "Chucky'' Flores and former world champion Javier Fortuna clashing with Adrian Granados in a 10-round 140-pound special attraction, all of whom were in attendance at Thursday's final press conference.
Tickets for the event, which is promoted by TGB Promotions in association with Man Down Promotions, are on sale now and can be purchased at www.SeatGeek.com.
STEPHEN ESPINOZA, President Sports & Events Programming, Showtime Network Inc.
"Errol Spence Jr. is a consensus top five pound-for-pound fighter. He's knocked out 10 straight fighters and it was 2014 when an opponent last went the distance. Errol is in many ways our Dak Prescott (Dallas Cowboys quarterback), he's a young star, a fan favorite and we expect him to be one of the faces of the sport for years to come.
"If you know of the tradition of Mexican fighters in this sport, then you know that Carlos Ocampo cannot be overlooked. He's coming to win and that makes him very dangerous and should create an exciting fight. Both of the opening bouts leading up to the main event on SHOWTIME are significant bouts with fighters that bring all action styles to the ring."