Lightweight and junior welterweight champion wants to add to his legacy with unification bouts in current divisions or even move up to challenge a welterweight titleholder.
The scorecards might have suggested otherwise, but Mikey Garcia certainly had to earn his way into the boxing history books Saturday night as previously unbeaten Sergey Lipinets proved to a formidable champion of his own.
Three-division champion aims to place his name in the boxing record books, while 140-pound titleholder believes he can stun the sport's pundits this Saturday night on Showtime.
A Family Affair: Under the early tutelage of his father and brother, Mikey Garcia had no other choice but to become a boxing star
Mikey Garcia looks to increase his exposure and join an elite fraternity of four-division world champions this Saturday night when he faces undefeated 140-pound titleholder Sergey Lipinets on Showtime.
Few prognosticators are giving the 140-pound champion much of a chance Saturday night in San Antonio—but the Kazakhstan-born, former kickboxing world champ insists that's all part of his grand plan.
Twenty-plus world champions and challengers took part in a large media event in NYC on Wednesday—announcing several stacked matchups that will take place over the first half of 2018.
Unprecedented lineup features 10 marquee events stacked with 12 world champions and 12 title fights over the first six months of 2018.