Danny Garcia will keep at welterweight for Keith Thurman rematch
Two-divisional champion Danny “Swift” Garcia (36-3, 21ko) is seeking to transfer as much as junior middleweight. Nonetheless, he’s prepared to remain at welterweight for a rematch with former unified champion Keith “One Time” Thurman (29-1, 22ko).
Garcia has been severely serious about formally making a transfer as much as junior middleweight. He even has put a target on the back of unified champion Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo (34-1 18ko). Moreover, he expressed eager to take a doable tune-up first earlier than going straight after the unified champion.
“I wish to get my toes moist first. If they provide me that struggle, I might take it.”
Nonetheless, he’s not able to fully abandon the welterweight division simply but. Throughout an interview with Fighthype, Swift made it clear he wouldn’t rule out preventing once more at welterweight for a giant struggle.
“No! I gained’t say that as a result of if there may be one other huge struggle for me at that weight, we are able to positively do it. I’m not saying I gained’t struggle at 147 once more, however I actually wish to struggle at 154.”
When requested what huge struggle could be value him staying at welterweight, he dropped the title of his former rival.
“A rematch with Thurman, that may be a huge struggle.”
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Swift has not been within the ring since dropping to unified champion Errol “The Reality” Spence Jr (27-0, 21ko) again in December 2020. Nonetheless, he feels no tune-up could be wanted for a rematch towards Thurman.
“It doesn’t matter on the finish of the day. I’ve fought all of them already, so I don’t even care about matchmaking and all that. I did that already, it doesn’t matter to me who I struggle anymore, to be trustworthy.”
In March 2017, WBA champion Thurman defeated WBC champion Garcia in a serious unification struggle by cut up resolution. Many contained in the boxing group nonetheless imagine that Swift ought to have gotten the choice. So a rematch is one thing followers would welcome, particularly contemplating many of the boxing world’s eyes are centered on the Spence and Pacquiao conflict going down on August 24. With neither fighter having a dance companion and each are coming off of losses, this can be a struggle Premier Boxing Champions advisor Al Haymon must entertain.
By: Garrisson Bland
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