When thinking back to the last time he was in a boxing ring some 14 months ago, Errol Spence Jr. doesn’t mince words when tasked to describe where his life was at the time. 

Feeling like he was “on top of the world,” the unbeaten welterweight champion had just defied his own trainer’s game plan to box Shawn Porter and went on to out brawl him in one of 2019’s best fights to edge their pay-per-view matchup by split decision. What followed immediately after for the 30-year-old star was constant partying and an immediate trip to Miami with his closest friends. 

Spence (26-0, 21 KOs), who had cemented himself among boxing’s best pound-for-pound fighters, even had a PPV blockbuster already scheduled to follow up the big win when it was announced he would face former two-division champion Danny Garcia in…

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