Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer rates Danny Garcia as boxing’s third-best fighter behind pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Andre Ward, and Garcia agrees.
RING, WBA and WBC junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia vowed to deliver “another epic performance” on March 15 against the rugged Mauricio Herrera, who doesn’t “see Danny Garcia as any different than anyone else.”
Puerto Rico has no reigning boxing world titleholders but RING junior welterweight champ Danny Garcia says he’s “a proud Puerto Rican” in advance of his March 15 defense against Mauricio Herrera. His father, Angel Garcia, repeats that sentiment loudly for all to hear.
Angel Garcia, father and trainer of 140-pound champ Danny Garcia, recently spoke about his son’s March 15 fight with Mauricio Herrera, and gave his unfiltered opinions on Ruslan Provodnikov, Adrien Broner, Amir Khan, and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Junior welterweight champ Danny Garcia met the media at his Philadelphia gym and discussed his March 15 title defense against Mauricio Herrera in Puerto Rico, the Floyd Mayweather-Marcos Maidana fight, and one day facing “Money” himself.
Trainer Angel Garcia shared his thoughts on a potential bout between his son Danny Garcia and Floyd Mayweather Jr., at 147 pounds, as well as his son’s RING/WBA/WBC junior welterweight title defense against Mauricio Herrera on March 15.
Undefeated heavyweight KO artist Deontay Wilder says he will prove that he has the potential to be a champion, as late hall-of-fame trainer Emanuel Steward predicted he would be one day, against once-beaten veteran Malik Scott on March 15.
RING, WBA and WBC junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia told fans at a Tuesday press conference in Isla Verde Carolina, Puerto Rico that “Philadelphia might be my birthplace, but Puerto Rico is my blood.”
Junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia and veteran challenger Mauricio Herrera will be present at a Tuesday press conference in Isla Verde Carolina, Puerto Rico for their March 15 clash in Bayamon on Showtime, Golden Boy announced on Sunday.
RING junior welterweight champ Danny Garcia spoke to RingTV about fighting in Puerto Rico on March 15 on Showtime and defending his title against Mauricio Herrera. “My blood is Puerto Rican,” Garcia said, “and I’m going to go out and fight like a Puerto Rican champion.”
RING, WBA and WBC junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia has declared himself “a proud Puerto Rican” in advance of his March 15 defense against Mexican-American Mauricio Herrera at the historic Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon, Puerto Rico.
RING junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia will face Mauricio Herrera on Showtime on March 15 in Puerto Rico. A heavyweight showdown between Deontay Wilder and Malik Scott and rematch between JuanMa Lopez and Daniel Ponce DeLeon will be part of the card.
RING, WBA and WBC junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia will return to the ring on March 15 on Showtime against an opponent and at a site to be determined, Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer confirmed in an e-mail to RingTV.com on Monday.
Trainer Virgil Hunter believes Amir Khan “can shock the world” and defeat Floyd Mayweather Jr. if his fighter gets a shot at the reigning welterweight and junior middleweight champ on May 3.
Amir Khan said he has signed his part of the contract to face Floyd Mayweather Jr. on May 3, but added that would also welcome a clash with friend and former stablemate Manny Pacquiao.
Marcos Maidana’s manager, Sebasian Contursi, believes his fighter would make for a more exciting bout against Floyd Mayweather Jr. than would Amir Khan.
Fans selected the undefeated Kazakhstani KO-machine from a crowded field of contenders for 2013′s highest individual honor. [Editor’s note: this is not THE RING magazine’s official choice for Fighter of the Year. The magazine’s official year-end awards for 2013 will be announced in the March edition.]
Richard Schaefer on being chosen Promoter of The Year by Sports Illustrated: “In the end, this is all about the fans of our great sport and I will continue to deliver the best fights and fighters to them in 2014 and beyond.”
Fans who took part in a recent RingTV.com poll believe that Adrien Broner’s best bet is to move down to the junior welterweight division after suffering his first pro loss against Marcos Maidana at welterweight. Broner has held major titles at junior lightweight, lightweight and welterweight.