Zab Judah will attempt to restore his “Super” nickname against RING champion Danny Garcia, a fighter who is 10 years younger. Seventeen boxing insiders give their picks on Saturday’s Showtime-televised junior welterweight championship.
Echoing the famous words of Mike Tyson, Danny Garcia says his opponents “think they’re going to beat me until we get into that ring. Until they get hit.”
Danny Garcia on Zab Judah’s perceived advantage in the ring: “When you get hit, it don’t matter how much experience you’ve got. If you can’t take the punch, that’s the only thing that matters.”
Can WBC junior middleweight titleholder Saul Alvarez be the first man to knock out 40-year-old former champ Shane Mosley when they fight on the Floyd Mayweather-miguel cotto undercard on May 5?
Richard Schaefer calls a sixth-round knockout of Carlos Baldomir “the coming out party” for Saul Alvarez, who will pursue his 34th consecutive victory against Alfonso Gomez on Sept. 17.