One of the dangerous boxers right now in the welterweight division is Errol Spence Jr., and the 29-year-old is preparing for a big fight next month against Shawn Porter. This will be the headline bout for a Fox Sports PBC Pay-Per-View event with "The Truth" defending the IBF and WBC welterweight belts against "Showtime".

Spence remains undefeated with a 25-0 card, 21 coming by way of knockout. Heading into his fight against Porter, it comes to no surprise that he is a favorite to prevail over the 31-year-old pug. A look at the betting odds sees Spence is a 3/10 favorite while Porter is a 5/2 underdog, according to Bookies.com. Aside from that, the fact is Porter already has two losses on his end, one against Keith Thurman in 2016 and the other against Kell Brook in 2014. He also fought to a draw with Julio Diaz back in 2012.

Other than that, the former Olympic boxer is pretty confident and vowed that Porter will not see the final bell, Boxingscene.com reported.

"I know Shawn will keep this same energy on fight night. It's going to be an amazing moment when I get this knockout at Staples Center. This is what I've been waiting for. I had to be on the sidelines and watch Shawn fight Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia, but now I'm in that group. I have the opportunity to fight these top guys and make my name known," Spence said.

And from the looks of it, the undefeated American boxer wants to pull off an impressive performance as he takes aim at Manny Pacquiao and all the top names in the division. That could also include Thurman who recently got shunned of a potential rematch with the Pac-Man after suffering his first loss last month.

"My whole thing is that I'm looking for the stoppage. I want to make a statement that I'm clearing out the division. I want Manny Pacquiao and all of the top names in this division."

As mentioned in a previous post, a Spence vs. Thurman showdown is what boxing pundits want to see. And while Thurman continues to pursue a fight against Pacquiao, facing Spence first and possibly pulling off a win could be a better way to draw the attention of the Filipino boxing icon instead.