Jackson: Porter should have asked for a weight clause for Spence fight
John David Jackson
If Porter had drawn a line in the sand demanding a rehydration clause, he would have been out of luck. So instead of Porter getting the fight with Spence, he would be looking at going over old ground in facing Yordenis Ugas
Porter can beat Spence if he jumps on him immediately
Jackson. That was a close fight. It could have gone either way. The knockdown probably saved Spence.
Jackson was impressed with the way that Spence stuck to his game plan to box his previous opponent Mikey Garcia last March. Instead of looking to blast Mikey out, Spence focused on boxing him for 12 rounds, and looked a different fighter than fans had seen from him. Jackson thinks Spence should have gone for the knockout against Garcia, but he chose not to.