I'm a boxing fan. I've seen Kell Brook fight. I'm not one of those boxers who says he doesn't watch other guys fight or follow the sport. I do.
Kell Brook is a strong fighter. He likes to dictate the pace, which most boxers like to do. He likes to use his jab to set up other punches, like the left hook.
Kell Brook has a lot of heart. He showed it against Golovkin and when he came over here to the States and fought Shawn Porter. He's a real warrior in the ring.
I don't think there's any extra pressure fighting in my hometown. It's just added motivation. Real pressure was fighting against 30,000 fans in the champion's hometown for my first title against Kell Brook.
I wanted to play for the Dallas Cowboys, and now I'm fighting in front of the Dallas Cowboys and Jerry Jones.
I just look for another spectacular fight, another spectacular one-sided performance.
If Keith Thurman comes back, and he has a great fight and he shows what he's been showing in the fights with Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter, everyone is going to talk about Errol Spence vs. Keith Thurman.
Shawn Porter is a good fighter, but he hasn't accomplished nearly as much as Danny Garcia has accomplished or beat the fighters who he has beat.
Putting up a great performance against Lamont Peterson will skyrocket me. The goal is to become the No. 1 welterweight in the division, so if I keep beating these guys around me and then fight Keith Thurman, people will rate me as No. 1 because I've beat the top names, and he's been inactive.
At the end of the day, I feel like me and Keith Thurman is the fight to make. A lot of people bring up Terence Crawford since Keith Thurman's been inactive.
I want Keith Thurman. He has two of the belts, and we both have big names. It's an easy fight to make, and I want it.
I am ready for a title unification fight with Keith Thurman and hope to be ready before too long for a move up to light-middleweight to meet Canelo Alvarez.
I still have to unify my division and basically become the undefeated welterweight champion of the world. I can't lose. It is more added pressure, but it does make me work harder and keeps me more focused.