In the latest PBC Jabs, host Jordan Hardy fans the flames on a heated exchange between 147-pound world champions Danny Garcia and Keith Thurman, chats with Thurman about the fighters’ upcoming title unification bout and recaps Garcia’s knockout performance in Philadelphia.
Danny Garcia did exactly what many expected he would do Saturday night: He pummeled Samuel Vargas in front of his hometown fans, then turned his attention to a very interested ringside observer.
When Danny Garcia returns to the ring Saturday night against Samuel Vargas, fellow unbeaten 147-pound champion Keith Thurman will be sitting ringside as a TV analyst, so you can be sure that some of the conversation will revolve around next year's long-awaited Garcia-Thurman showdown.
One thing about Danny “Swift” Garcia: He can absorb criticism as well as he can a left hook to the jaw—no matter if the verbal shots come from boxing fans, pundits or even fellow fighters.
Angel Garcia spent his earliest childhood years starving and running shoeless through the streets of Naguabo, a small town on Puerto Rico’s east coast.
Danny Garcia has accomplished a lot in the last six years, including knocking off eight former world champions and earning titles in two weight classes. One thing he hasn’t done? Fight in his beloved hometown of Philadelphia. That’s about to change.