Unified welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. is looking to add another former world champion to his already impressive resume in Danny Garcia.
The 30-year-old's last fight was against Shawn Porter in 2019, where he outpointed him via split-decision to add the WBC title to his IBF crown. Other victories include knockout wins over Kell Brook, Lamont Peterson and Mikey Garcia, who he defeated with ease via unanimous decision.
However, Spence has nearly spent nearly 12 months on the sidelines because of the coronavirus pandemic and a traumatic car crash.
Under the influence of alcohol, Spence somehow survived a fireball accident in a white Ferrari which left the car wrecked.
The Dallas native, who spent time in intensive care and was left with scarring on the face, is desperate to prove to fans he still has plenty of miles on the clock inside the ring.
Should "The Truth" extend his unbeaten record, he knows a win can get him closer to facing American rival Terence Crawford or Manny Pacquiao, who hold the two other versions of the welterweight world title.
Spence also has another name on his radar in Mexican superstar Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez. "With Canelo, that can happen," said Spence Jr. to The Sun during a recent interview. "That's a huge fight. I'd definitely entertain that."
"That would be huge for the Cowboys' stadium when we're back to 100 percent capacity. That's another mega-fight which I could have. I could have a lot of mega-fights."
"It takes quite a few pounds to get down to 147. I wouldn't have any problems fighting at 160. But, at the end of the day, it's down to the guys in suits."