As Mikey Garcia prepares to face IBF World Welterweight Champion Errol Spence Jr. this Saturday on FOX PPV, we examine four notable examples of boxers moving up and defeating world champions.
Legacies are on the line Saturday night on PBC on FOX PPV when World Welterweight Champion Errol Spence Jr. and four-division titlist Mikey Garcia meet in a bout filled with historical implications.
Welterweight World Champion Errol Spence Jr. and four-division World Champion Mikey Garcia meet in one of the most highly-anticipated boxing matchups of the year on Saturday, March 16th live on FOX PPV. Who will leave AT&T Stadium holding the IBF 147-pound title? Take our poll and be entered to win a boxing glove signed by both fighters!
Fathom Events is showing the March 16 blockbuster 147-pound title fight between Welterweight World Champ Errol Spence Jr. and four-division titleholder Mikey Garcia at more than 300 select movie theaters across the country through Fathom's Digital Broadcast Network.
IBF Welterweight World Champion Errol Spence Jr. and four-division world titlist Mikey Garcia went face to face at the initial press conference for their March 16 showdown on FOX PPV.
Welterweight Champ Errol Spence Jr. faces four-division titleholder Mikey Garcia March 16 on FOX PPV
Historic showdown from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas—the home of the Dallas Cowboys—will feature former Super Middleweight World Champion David Benavidez taking on veteran contender J'Leon Love, and undefeated former Bantamweight Champion Luis Nery and heavyweight fan favorite Chris Arreola appearing in separate bouts.
More than 50 million college and pro football fans watching FOX last weekend viewed the upcoming promos for the December 22 and March 16 fight cards.
Four-division champion appears at Dallas Cowboys-New Orleans Saints game at AT&T Stadium—the site of his March 16 FOX PPV showdown vs Errol Spence Jr.