Unbeaten rising prospect Joey Spencer (6-0, 6 KOs) dominated Osias Vasquez (4-3) on his way to a unanimous decision in a six-round super welterweight attraction.
“I was extremely happy to get six rounds in,” said Spencer. “This is the first time I’ve gone six rounds. This guy was tough and kept walking through everything. That was what I needed. I hadn’t experienced that yet in a fight.”
The 19-year-old Spencer dominated his opponent, flashing a powerful sweeping left hook to punctuate his offensive arsenal, along with ring generalship beyond his years.
Vasquez became frustrated early, throwing low blows until he was deducted a point in round three by referee Gary Miezwa. After six rounds, Spencer remained unbeaten by scores of 60-52 twice and 59-53.
“He was very durable and I just had to keep fighting until the end,” said Spencer. “I love fighting here in Minnesota, it’s becoming my second home. I’m going to get back in the gym and be back soon and continue to take care of bus