Ahead of his November 12 fight with Samuel Vargas, WBC welterweight world champion Danny "Swift" Garcia takes a few moments to look back on his career in this installment of "Fight Week Q&A." The undefeated Philadelphia native, who fights in his hometown this weekend for the first time in six years, reflects on his toughest foes and the highest highs from his career thus far.
Danny "Swift" Garcia wins decisively with a TKO against Samuel Vargas.
WBC Welterweight world champion Danny "Swift" Garcia is not looking past his Nov. 12 fight with Samuel Vargas, but the fight world is already buzzing about his now scheduled title unification bout with WBA champ Keith "One Time" Thurman. The fight is set for March 4, 2017, and is an early clubhouse leader as next year's most promising matchup, as the two currently unbeaten stars are on a collision course to decide who is the new king of the 147-pound division.
Danny Garcia dropped Samuel Vargas with a vicious right hand in the second round and cruised to a seventh-round TKO in a non-title fight.
On this episode of PBC Jabs, we jump in for a round of Rapid Fire with WBC welterweight champ Danny Garcia and we check in with IBF super middleweight champ James DeGale.
Unbeaten 147-pound champion Danny "Swift" Garcia returns to Philadelphia to fight in front of his hometown fans for the first time since October 2010, when he takes on tough Colombian Samuel Vargas on Saturday, November 12, 2016.
This week on PBC Jabs, Danny Garcia returns home to fight for Philly on November 12th and Keith Thurman and Errol Spence Jr. are in the spotlight in the latest edition of “Boxing Beefs."
Both Danny "Swift" Garcia and Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero had one goal in mind when they entered the ring inside Staples Center—take home Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s vacant 147-pound belt.