The 24-year-old, who becomes the fourth fighter in his family to don the gloves, couldn’t have made a more impressive start and is now looking to keep active as he attempts to move quickly through the 140lb rankings.
“I was nervous before the fight. I had to use the bathroom every two minutes,” Spinks III exclusively told World Boxing News.
“But I was excited, though, because I have been doing this for so long that I could not wait to take the headgear off because I’m a much better fighter now.
“I want to fight every month if possible, to stay fresh and active. It’s a competition now because I want to be the best Spinks of all time.
“You can’t rush God’s work, though, and to be great, you have to be patient and consistent. This is what I plan to do.
“Remember, this generation brings conflict and lowers confidence!” he added.
Missouri-native Spinks follows his great uncle Michael, grandfather Leon, and brother Cory into the fight game and has a lot to live up to as all three of his relatives have lifted a world title in their careers.
Cory is still a contender today at 34 and is the current IBF number one contender to Cornelius ‘K9’ Bundrage’s light-middleweight crown and should gain a shot at regaining the title in the coming months.