ERROL SPENCE JR.:
"I think he's probably the toughest guy I've faced. He's a real tough, durable fighter and he's going to come to fight. I know he's a pressure fighter and I think he'll be my toughest test to date.
"I think everything in this sport is about timing and preparation, and I think I'm taking this fight at the right time in my career. I'm going to show up tomorrow and it's going to be a great fight.
"I'm going to take whatever comes in the ring. If the knockout comes, then I take the knockout. But, if I have to go 10, I'm ready to go 10. I've been sparring 12 rounds in the gym with 30 seconds rest so it's not a problem.
"From the opponents I've watched, I don't think he's faced anyone like me before, anybody with my pedigree. He's fighting someone new, too, and he's going to see a lot of new things from me. Kermit Cintron is a slower fighter than me. Of course he can punch, but he's slower and at the end of his road. I wouldn't have any problems with a guy like that.
"I think by early next year I'll be ready for a shot at a title. After this fight I'd like to have probably two more fights this year. And then, by early next year, I'll be a contender and fighting some top quality names like Shawn Porter or somebody like that.
"I'm excited. I want to give SHOWTIME a reason to bring me back so I'm definitely looking to make a statement and put on a great show."