It’s no secret that Danny Garcia and his father, Angel, come in the same package. Not only that, they're pretty darn funny when they're around each other.

Since Danny was 10, Angel has been by his side professionally as his primary coach, and has shaped Danny into the fighter he is today. Danny cites Angel Garcia as being his biggest inspiration in and out of the ring.

Danny and Angel spend the majority of their time together, hanging out, dancing and doing hilarious things, most of which become social media gold. Here are the top moments Danny and Angel Garcia proved they are one of the best father-son duos in sports:

7. That time Angel tried to climb a rope ladder

I bet him 1k he couldn't do it

A video posted by Danny Swift Garcia (@dannyswiftgarcia) on

At a local fair, Danny bet Angel $1,000 he couldn’t climb a rope ladder. Angel accepted. Hilarity ensued. 

6. The year Angel had the best Father’s Day

Pops out here coolin #FathersDay #TeamDSG

A video posted by Danny Swift Garcia (@dannyswiftgarcia) on

Angel loves dancing, singing and basically doing silly things in front of the camera. This gem was filmed on Father’s Day. How appropriate.

5. The #TBT to end all #TBTs

#TBT me and pops it's been a long journey and we just getting started!

A photo posted by Danny Swift Garcia (@dannyswiftgarcia) on

This is a rare shot of Angel chiseling Danny into a great champion. At the ripe age of 10, Danny and Angel already shared a close bond—only they knew where this moment would lead.

4. The moment the Garcias won Vine

Look at Pops go!

Angel Garcia made his debut on the social media site Vine last February, making for instant father-son social media gold.

3. Any time Danny teases Pops 

Teasing my pop cause he couldn't get the words right to the commercial

A video posted by Danny Swift Garcia (@dannyswiftgarcia) on

Danny and Angel Garcia are also known for the business prowess. The DSG brand has created the family an empire both in and outside of the ring for no other reason than their hard work, dedication and business acumen when taking on new ventures. However, Danny doesn’t like taking things too seriously—even at Angel’s expense. 

2. When the Garcias owned the new year

Pops dancing his way into 2015! #TeamDSG

Un vídeo publicado por Danny Swift Garcia (@dannyswiftgarcia) el

2015 is going to be a big year for Danny. So what better way to start off the new year with an Angel Garcia dance-off?

And...the top social media moment that shows why the Garcias are the top father-son duo in sports:

Let's get it

A video posted by Danny Swift Garcia (@dannyswiftgarcia) on

What's better than this? A father and son getting it done in the ring.

See More: Sat, Jan 19, 2019

Pacquiao vs Broner

SAT, JAN 19, 2019 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Neveda

Manny Pacquiao photo
Adrien Broner photo

Boxing's only eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao returns to the U.S. for the first time in two years to defend his WBA welterweight title against former four-division titleholder Adrien Broner on Showtime PPV.

    • Record
    • Manny Pacquiao 60-7-2
    • Adrien Broner 33-3-1
    • KOs (KO %)
    • Manny Pacquiao 39 (57%)
    • Adrien Broner 24 (63%)
    • Weight
    • Manny Pacquiao 147 lbs (66.82 kg)
    • Adrien Broner 140 lbs (63.64 kg)
    • Height
    • Manny Pacquiao 5'" (1.66 m)
    • Adrien Broner 5'6" (1.68 m)
    • Reach
    • Manny Pacquiao 67" (170 cm)
    • Adrien Broner 69" (175 cm)
    • Stance
    • Manny Pacquiao Southpaw
    • Adrien Broner Orthodox
    • Age
    • Manny Pacquiao 39
    • Adrien Broner 29
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Eight world title fights. Eight world champions. More than two dozen of the world's best boxers. PBC on FOX is coming in hot!

In this special edition of PBC Jabs from the FOX Studios in Los Angeles, California, we take you behind-the-scenes at our PBC on FOX media experience and preview our new fight schedule through April 2019.

Things kick off December 22nd when twin brothers Jermall and Jermell Charlo defend their world titles at Barclays Center.

Then in the new year, IBF super middleweight champ Jose Uzcategui defends his title for the first time against undefeated Caleb Plant on January 13th on an FS1 card in LA.

Two weeks later on January 26th, Keith “One Time” Thurman returns to the ring to defend his welterweight title against former title challenge Josesito Lopez in Brooklyn.

Stars Leo Santa Cruz, Shawn Porter and Danny Garcia all return to the ring in the first few months of 2019—but the biggest announcement is a FOX PPV bout between welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. and four-division titlist Mikey Garcia, who meet March 16th at AT&T Stadium. Click here to see the full schedule.

PBC on Fox Fight Schedule

Eight title bouts and the first-ever PBC on FOX pay-per-view highlight press conference announcing fight cards through April 2019.

LOS ANGELES — Premier Boxing Champions brought more than two dozen fighters together at FOX’s studios in Studio City yesterday to announce a beefy schedule to kick off their four-year deal with the network.

Fighters gathered as FOX on-air talent Chris Myers, Lennox Lewis, Kate Abdo, and Kenny Albert introduced their fights one-by-one to a throng of media. Every fighter was dressed to impress, facing off and posing for photos before taking their seat at the dais.

In addition to the previously announced December 22 card that will kick off the series on FOX featuring Jermell and Jermall Charlo, the network announced nine additional fight cards that will take place across FOX, FS1, and FOX’s inaugural pay-per-view card.

That first PPV card pits welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. and four-division titleist Mikey Garcia against one another March 16 at AT&T Stadium (home of the Dallas Cowboys) in Arlington, Texas. Garcia is daring to be great by moving up from 135 pounds to face whom many consider the best 147-pounder in the world.

“That’s why I’m able to keep on challenging myself by moving up and down in divisions. I have great skills that most everybody still hasn’t seen, and I think that Errol Spence will be the one to bring those out of me,” Garcia said. “I think it’s going to be a great fight, and this is going to be one of those occasions where the little guy beats the bigger man.”

Spence was equally confident and said he respects Garcia for taking a risk to fight him when others in his own division have not.

“Well, I mean, that’s the fight that’s been offered to me,” Spence said And I think that’s a big fight in Dallas.

“And with Shawn Porter, I thought that fight was gonna happen. It somehow fell out. And with Keith Thurman, he’s gonna stay injured as long as I keep winning. So I mean, I don’t think me and him ever gonna fight. He mess around and retire, I’ll get that WBC belt.”

Super middleweight IBF champion Jose Uzcategui faces Caleb Plant January 13 on a PBC on FS1 card at the Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live.

I’m back, and I plan on getting my belt back, and there are more things to come in the future. But we’re starting it off in January. WBA Welterweight Champion Keith Thurman

Undefeated welterweight champion Keith Thurman will end a 22-month layoff from injury when he faces former title challenger Josesito Lopez January 26 on FOX at the Barclays Center. Thurman is looking to get past Lopez and move to the front of the line in the crowded 147-pound division. On the undercard, Adam Kownacki meets Gerald Washington in an intriguing heavyweight bout.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve been back in the ring,” Thurman said. “I’m just going to prove what I’ve always proven, that I’m the best. That Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman, you know ... I’ve been the ‘problem.’ I am the ‘truth.’ You’re boy is ‘swift.’ Any name that they have, I’ve already shown those skills, talents and attributes. I plan on keep doing it,” said Thurman, who admitted he has been a bit depressed as elbow and hand injuries have kept him out of the ring for so long.

“All year, I’ve been dealing with that, because I couldn’t jab my sparring partners. There was no telling when I was gonna get into the ring,” Thurman said. “Obviously, we gave up the WBC title and we let these boys fight for it to bring some more action into the sport. But, now, I’m back, and I plan on getting my belt back, and there are more things to come in the future. But we’re starting it off in January.

Leo Santa Cruz returns to defend his featherweight title against Miguel Flores on February 16 in Los Angeles on FOX. In an enticing 140-pound bout, Omar Figueroa returns from a layoff to face John Molina Jr. in what promises to be a slugfest.

Anthony Dirrell and Avni Yildirim meet for the vacant WBC super middleweight title on February 23 on FS1 at The Armory in Minneapolis.

Shawn Porter makes the first defense of his WBC welterweight title against mandatory challenger Yordenis Ugas March 9 on FOX in Las Vegas. Porter is hopeful that he will take care of Ugas and will find himself in a big fight in the second half of 2019.

Lamont Peterson faces Sergey Lipinets in a crossroads bout March 24 on FS1, taking place at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland.

In another crossroads bout between former champions, Caleb Truax gets a hometown showdown against Peter Quillin April 13 on FS1 at The Armory in Minneapolis.

Closing out the month of April and the first third of the year for FOX is the return of former two-division titleholder Danny Garcia against Adrian Granados on April 20 on FOX. Granados was the only fighter unable to attend due to being sick, but he sent a video of him trash-talking Garcia from his bed. Garcia’s response was he might as well stay in bed, otherwise Garcia will send him right back there.

For a complete look at all the upcoming PBC on FOX fights, check out our fight schedule.

See More: Sat, Apr 13, 2019

Truax vs Quillin

SAT, APR 13, 2019 The Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Caleb Truax photo
Peter Quillin photo

Former super middleweight champion Caleb Truax goes to battle against former middleweight champion Peter Quillin.

    • Record
    • Caleb Truax 30-4-2
    • Peter Quillin 34-1-1
    • KOs (KO %)
    • Caleb Truax 19 (53%)
    • Peter Quillin 23 (64%)
    • Weight
    • Caleb Truax 168 lbs (76.36 kg)
    • Peter Quillin 160 lbs (72.73 kg)
    • Height
    • Caleb Truax 6'0" (1.83 m)
    • Peter Quillin 6'1" (1.85 m)
    • Reach
    • Caleb Truax 75" (191 cm)
    • Peter Quillin 71½" (182 cm)
    • Stance
    • Caleb Truax Orthodox
    • Peter Quillin Orthodox
    • Age
    • Caleb Truax 35
    • Peter Quillin 35
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See More: Sat, Apr 20, 2019

Garcia vs Granados

SAT, APR 20, 2019 TBD

Danny Garcia photo
Adrian Granados photo

Former junior welterweight and welterweight champion Danny Garcia wants to rebound from a razor-thin loss in his last bout to take on battle-tested Adrian Granados.

    • Record
    • Danny Garcia 34-2-0
    • Adrian Granados 20-6-2
    • KOs (KO %)
    • Danny Garcia 20 (56%)
    • Adrian Granados 14 (48%)
    • Weight
    • Danny Garcia 147 lbs (66.82 kg)
    • Adrian Granados 140 lbs (63.64 kg)
    • Height
    • Danny Garcia 5'" (1.74 m)
    • Adrian Granados 5'9" (1.75 m)
    • Reach
    • Danny Garcia 68½" (174 cm)
    • Adrian Granados 74" (188 cm)
    • Stance
    • Danny Garcia Orthodox
    • Adrian Granados Orthodox
    • Age
    • Danny Garcia 30
    • Adrian Granados 29
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See More: Sat, Mar 16, 2019

Spence vs Garcia

SAT, MAR 16, 2019 AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

Errol Spence Jr photo
Mikey Garcia photo

IBF Welterweight Champion Errol Spence Jr will defend his title against four-division World Champion and current WBC Lightweight Champion Mikey Garcia.

    • Record
    • Errol Spence Jr 24-0-0
    • Mikey Garcia 39-0-0
    • KOs (KO %)
    • Errol Spence Jr 21 (88%)
    • Mikey Garcia 30 (77%)
    • Weight
    • Errol Spence Jr 147 lbs (66.82 kg)
    • Mikey Garcia 135 lbs (61.36 kg)
    • Height
    • Errol Spence Jr 5'" (1.77 m)
    • Mikey Garcia 5'6" (1.68 m)
    • Reach
    • Errol Spence Jr 72" (183 cm)
    • Mikey Garcia 68" (173 cm)
    • Stance
    • Errol Spence Jr Southpaw
    • Mikey Garcia Orthodox
    • Age
    • Errol Spence Jr 28
    • Mikey Garcia 30
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See More: Sun, Mar 24, 2019

Peterson vs Lipinets

SUN, MAR 24, 2019 MGM National Harbor, Oxon Hill, Maryland

Lamont Peterson photo
Sergey Lipinets photo

Former junior welterweight and welterweight world champion Lamont Peterson clashes with former junior welterweight champion Sergey Lipinets.

    • Record
    • Lamont Peterson 35-4-1
    • Sergey Lipinets 14-1-0
    • KOs (KO %)
    • Lamont Peterson 17 (43%)
    • Sergey Lipinets 10 (67%)
    • Weight
    • Lamont Peterson 147 lbs (66.82 kg)
    • Sergey Lipinets 140 lbs (63.64 kg)
    • Height
    • Lamont Peterson 5'9" (1.75 m)
    • Sergey Lipinets 5'7" (1.7 m)
    • Reach
    • Lamont Peterson 72" (183 cm)
    • Sergey Lipinets 67" (170 cm)
    • Stance
    • Lamont Peterson Orthodox
    • Sergey Lipinets Orthodox
    • Age
    • Lamont Peterson 34
    • Sergey Lipinets 29
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Sun, Mar 24, 2019


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See More: Sat, Feb 23, 2019

Dirrell vs Yildirim

SAT, FEB 23, 2019 The Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Anthony Dirrell photo
Avni Yildirim photo

Former WBC Super Middleweight Champion Anthony Dirrell battles once-beaten Avni Yildirim in a clash for the vacant WBC Super Middleweight Championship.

    • Record
    • Anthony Dirrell 32-1-1
    • Avni Yildirim 21-1-0
    • KOs (KO %)
    • Anthony Dirrell 24 (71%)
    • Avni Yildirim 12 (55%)
    • Weight
    • Anthony Dirrell 168 lbs (76.36 kg)
    • Avni Yildirim 168 lbs (76.36 kg)
    • Height
    • Anthony Dirrell 6'2" (1.88 m)
    • Avni Yildirim 5'11" (1.8 m)
    • Reach
    • Anthony Dirrell 74½" (189 cm)
    • Avni Yildirim 70" (178 cm)
    • Stance
    • Anthony Dirrell Orthodox
    • Avni Yildirim Orthodox
    • Age
    • Anthony Dirrell 34
    • Avni Yildirim 27
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Sat, Feb 23, 2019


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