Former unified welterweight champion Zab Judah has given his take on the upcoming welterweight unification between WBC, IBF world champion Errol “The Truth” Spence and WBA champion Yordenis Ugas.

The fight takes place Saturday, April 16 live on Showtime PPV from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas headlining a Premier Boxing Champions event.

Their clash is just the twelfth unification fight in the history of the welterweight division.

Judah was the last boxer regarded as the undisputed welterweight champion.

He believes Spence could very well become the next undisputed champion of the weight class.

“I have a lot of respect for Errol. Number one, for him being the human being he is. He’s a solid, solid fighter I’ve been watching since the amateurs. Errol was a guy who always stood out there. When he turned to the pros and began making a name for himself, I started watching him. He’s about to do something big and become the next undisputed welterweight champion of the world. I feel great passing on the torch, no joke," Judah said.

“I feel I don’t have to give Errol any advice. He just needs to do what he has to do to win this fight – work behind his good jab and let his combinations go. Like I said, to pass the torch is dope. Errol Spence is the guy for the job.

“I like watching [Errol] in the Shawn Porter fight, and the Danny Garcia fight. Errol showed a lot of heart and pulled through. He looked to be confused at times and he pulled through it. Shawn Porter came in with a bunch of ugly looks, but he figured it out. Even in the Danny Garcia fight he got caught with a good left hook, but he went back to his jab and started boxing. That’s a great thing about being great left-hander. You can start back with the jab and it’s all back together again. I would say Errol Spence is a throwback fighter. I would say he has throwback qualities. He’s still a young man and of this era, but he has throwback qualities."