Errol Spence Jr. was hit with adversity by Yordenis Ugas.

And he responded

Spence unified the welterweight titles with a 10th-round stoppage win. The bout aired live on pay-per-view from AT&T Stadium.

With the win, Spence became the WBA champion to go with his IBF and WBC titles. 

“Everybody knows who I want next,” Spence said. “I want Terence Crawford. That’s the fight that I want. That’s the fight everybody else wants. Like I said, I’m going to get these straps then go over there and take his too. Terence I’m coming for that belt!
“I believe that you’re going to go through trials and tribulations,” Spence said. “I went through a lot of trials. I got tested and I passed the tests due to my upbringing. My mother and my father always telling me not to quit and not to give up and just believing in myself and my family. I wanted to prove them wrong, and I knew that I could come back. Why would I quit now?”
Terence Crawford holds the only welterweight title not in Spence’s possession. He is the reigning WBO champion.
In other action, Isaac Cruz dropped Yoriorkis Gamboa, Jose Valenzuela bested Francisco Vargas and Cody Crowley topped Josesito Lopez.