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Underdog no more: Garcia proves he’s among boxing’s best

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Oct 13, 2013

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ABOVE PHOTO: Garcia lands a punch against Matthysse in the eighth round during a WBC and WBA super lightweight title fight, Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, in Las Vegas.                                                  (AP Photo/Eric Jamison)

By Chris Murray 

For the Chris Murray Report and the Philadelphia Sunday Sun 

 

Throughout his young career, world super-lightweight champion Danny “Swift” Garcia has found himself cast as the underdog by boxing insiders each time he’s stepped into the ring for a major fight.

 

And the unbeaten Garcia (27-0, 16 KOs) has made these skeptics eat their words. The 25-year-old phenom’s incredible performance in the ring has wowed the boxing world and his tenacity in the ring has made him a rising star.

 

Like most Philly fighters, Garcia’s relentless warrior mentality is one that can’t be taught.

 

“I’m a different fighter, it’s in me, it’s in my spirit,” said the graduate of Northeast Philadelphia’s George Washington High School. “Most guys have to learn to be a fighter. That’s the difference between me and these guys.  They want to be a fighter. I am a fighter, first. I can do both (a boxer and fighter). What they learn, I already know. It’s in my spirit.”

 

That was the case in Garcia’s last title defense against heavily favored Lucas Matthysse, who had knocked out or stopped his last six opponents. A good number of boxing experts were predicting that the young North Philadelphia fighter would get knocked out.

 

In an action-packed fight in which he struggled early, Garcia won a unanimous decision over Matthysse last month to retain his World Boxing Association and World Boxing Council titles in the 140-pound division. It was the co-main event on the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Canelo Alvarez undercard.

 

Early in the fight Matthysse, who has the ability to end a fight with just one punch, seemed to have the upper hand on Garcia, who didn’t get hurt and managed to stay on his feet by avoiding some of Matthysse hardest punches.

 

“It was even in the first couple of rounds, I stuck to my game plan, I’m a true champion, I make adjustments,” Garcia said.

 

The adjustment that Garcia made was the use of his left-hook to Matthysse’s head and body.  By the seventh round, Garcia’s punches eventually took their toll on Matthysse, swelling his right eye shut. From that point, the challenger didn’t see the flurry left and rights peppering his face and mid-section.

 

The young North Philadelphia fighter showed his true grit in the 11th round when a game Matthysse stung Garcia with a right that knocked his mouthpiece out.  Seemingly unfazed, Garcia bounced back with a left hook that put Matthysse on the canvas for the first time in his career.

 

Garcia came into that fight having already beaten some of the names in the sport like Amir Khan (4th Round TKO) and Zab Judah. He said he’s never seen himself as an underdog. It’s something that others have imposed on him.

 

“I don’t even pay attention to none of that stuff. I just go in and train hard for the fight. I know what I can do. That’s something that the media has put on me, I don’t call myself an underdog,” Garcia said. “I don’t why they put that label on me but it is what it is.”

 

In the Matthysse fight, Garcia didn’t like the idea of being cast as the underdog because he felt he had fought a better quality of opponents than his rival.

 

“I don’t understand how I could be an underdog when Lucas Matthysse was the first fighter I’ve fought in five fights who wasn’t a current or past champion,” Garcia said. “He never won a world title and I’m the underdog.”

 

After his win over Matthysse, Garcia said he is looking to move up from the 140-pound division to the welterweight (147 pounds) where there could be some intriguing matchups.  He said it’s up to his management team to make those matches for him.

 

Would he fight Matthysse again? Garcia said that’s out of the question.

 

“A rematch is pointless because I won the fight and I was the champion,” Garcia said. “If he was the champion, I would have to give him a rematch but he wasn’t the champ. He was the challenger, he lost.”

 

Some boxing observers said there is the possibility that Garcia would fight Mayweather, who methodically picked apart Alvarez in the same night Garcia defeated Matthysse. There’s also unbeaten WBA welterweight champion Adrien Broner (27-0, 22 KOs), who has a huge fight in December against Marcos Madaina of Argentina (34-3, 31 KOs).

 

“Whoever they put in front of me, I’m going to make a great show out of it, give them they want and win the fight,” Garcia said.

 

Given his ability to come up with big performances against seemingly better opposition, Garcia sees no limits in his potential to being one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world.

 

“I’m getting better and better with each fight and with every fight I’m showing something new,” Garcia said. I’m only 25-years-old. In a couple of years, God knows how good I’ll be.”

Timothy Bradley wants a shot at Floyd Mayweather after latest win

Bradley, who earned a split decision against Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday, would ‘love’ to put his unbeaten record up against Mayweather. But there are many issues that could prevent a fight.

Timothy Bradley connects with a left against Juan Manuel Marquez during his split-decision victory on Saturday night at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas. (Ethan Miller / Getty Images / October 12, 2013)

By Lance PugmireOctober 13, 2013, 5:37 p.m.

LAS VEGAS — Timothy Bradley‘s conquest of Juan Manuel Marquez inspired the unbeaten world welterweight champion from Palm Springs to chase even greater glory.

“If a Floyd Mayweather fight could materialize, I’d love it,” Bradley (31-0) said late Saturday after beating Marquez by split decision at the Thomas & Mack Center.

Given the business relationships and years of hard feelings that exist, however, that’s a wish that seems unlikely.

Bradley’s promoter, Top Rank Chairman Bob Arum, and Mayweather split on bitter terms last decade and haven’t worked together since. Top Rank’s biggest fights are on HBO, and world junior-middleweight champion Mayweather (45-0) is in a 30-month, multi-fight deal with rival Showtime.

“I know about all of it,” Bradley said Sunday. “I’ll talk to my promoter and my manager and still see if we can make it happen. I want to fight the top dog in boxing. We’ve got to try.”

Barring a Nov. 23 victory by Manny Pacquiao that could resurrect calls for a Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, Bradley, 30, is clearly the best possible May opponent for Mayweather, whose best Showtime options are unbeaten junior-welterweight champion Danny Garcia and former 140-pound champion Amir Khan.

Attempts to reach Mayweather and his advisors Sunday were unsuccessful.

Bradley said he punched his ticket to the boxing hall of fame in beating Marquez (55-7-1), avoiding the biggest punches of the challenger, who was seeking to win a Mexican-record world title in a fifth weight class.

Marquez said after being frustrated again by Nevada judges following a draw and two narrow losses by decision to Pacquiao that he is leaning toward retirement.

Judge Robert Hoyle scored it 115-113 for Bradley, and Patricia Morse Jarman had it 116-112 for the World Boxing Organization champion. Glenn Feldman of Connecticut scored it 115-113 for Marquez.

“I was quick, elusive, hard to hit and frustrated him,” Bradley said. “I showed I can outsmart him. I’m one of the best fighters in the world now.

“I’m the best possible opponent for Mayweather, but it’s all up to him. Mayweather controls it. He can fight Danny Garcia or Amir Khan if he wants, but I would love a shot at him and think I definitely deserve a shot.

“Mayweather will fight anybody if it makes sense for him. I’ve said I’d like to fight him. I’m not sure what I have to do to fight him beyond that.”

Bradley’s manager, Cameron Dunkin, said Arum and Top Rank President Todd duBoef have told him they’re “very willing to do the” Mayweather fight.

“Floyd Mayweather promotes himself. He can do whatever he wants,” Dunkin said.

“It depends on what the deal is,” Arum said Sunday. “If Mayweather wants to do a negotiation, we’ll do one. We know the legalities and we can work it out. I do what my fighters want.”

To do solid pay-per-view numbers, Arum said, Mayweather wants “a good second side, like he had in” Sept. 14 opponent Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, or last year against Miguel Cotto.

Bradley failed to generate 1 million pay-per-view buys with Pacquiao, but he has boosted his appeal by turning in a possible fighter-of-the-year campaign that included his March brawl against Ruslan Provodnikov.

Bradley, said Arum, “is doing what he needs to do. He fought a very smart fight against a man who was very experienced and a much harder puncher.”

If Mayweather doesn’t happen, the winner of Pacquiao-Brandon Rios makes the most sense for Bradley.

Marquez, meanwhile, not only said he wouldn’t fight in Nevada again, he said he would “retire” after the defeat.

Arum said that if Pacquiao wins next month, the promoter has been approached by businessmen in Mexico who want to bring Pacquiao-Marquez V to Mexico City next year.

“Money is money,” Arum said.

Exiting the arena to the chill of a desert night Saturday, the 40-year-old was asked by a reporter if he really wanted to end his career here.

“It’s a difficult decision,” said Marquez, turning to a reporter, revealing a swollen, bruised face. “What do you think?”

Marquez was told he performed as if he had at least a couple of more fights left in him.

“I don’t think so,” Marquez said, walking away.

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Pacquiao-Marquez 4: FULL FIGHT


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From bell to bell, watch the all-action last entry in the legendary series between Manny Pacquiao & Juan Manuel Marquez that aired last year on HBO Pay-Per-View.

HBO Pay-Per-View will broadcast at 9 p.m. ET/6p.m. PT Oct. 12 from the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas welterweight champion TIMOTHY BRADLEY versus Mexican legend JUAN MANUEL MARQUEZ.

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Bradley-Provodnikov: FULL FIGHT


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From bell to bell, watch the brutal contest between Tim Bradley Jr. & Ruslan Provodnikov that aired on HBO earlier this year.

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Mayweather Sr. says Danny Garcia and Lucas Matthysse have no shot against Floyd


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Mayweather-Alvarez Scorecard Breakdown

By Felipe Leon

Floyd Mayweather won a seemingly wide twelve round decision on Saturday night in Las Vegas. Judge Craig Metcalf scored it 117-111 for Floyd, giving Canelo rounds two, ten and twelve. Judge Dave Moretti scored it 116-11r for Floyd, giving Canelo rounds three, nine, eleven and twelve. C.J. Ross had it 114-114, giving Canelo rounds one, three, eight, nine, eleven and twelve. Ross also had Timothy Bradley beating Manny Pacquiao.

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Mayweather schools Canelo; Garcia defeats Matthysse; Molina dethrones Smith

By Felipe Leon at ringside
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In a clash for the WBC/WBA super welterweight belts, Floyd “Money” Mayweather (45-0, 26 KOs) scored a one-sided twelve round “majority” decision over Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (42-1-1, 30 KOs) on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. After making 152 Friday, the 23-year-old Canelo entered the ring at 165. 36-year-old Floyd lost half-a-pound. Floyd simply outboxed Canelo from the opening bell. Alvarez was game and had some moments, but Floyd was dominant for the most part. Scores were 114-114, 116-112, 117-111. The bizarre 114-114 scoring was from C.J. Ross.

For the night’s work, Mayweather collected a guaranteed $41.5 million. “It’s all about skills,” Mayweather said. “I came out tonight and showed my skills. But a true champion like Canelo can take a loss and bounce back. My dad had a brilliant game plan. I executed that game plan. I could have pressed it and got the late stoppage, but tonight experience played a major key. Tonight was just my night.”

Canelo admitted that Mayweather’s skills and style of fighting were too much to overcome. “He’s very elusive, he’s a great fighter and that’s why I couldn’t catch him,” Canelo said. “I didn’t know how to get him. It’s as simple as that. He’s very elusive. He’s a great fighter. The frustration was getting in there. But simply he’s a great fighter. I didn’t want to lose. I didn’t want to leave here with a loss. But it happens and it hurts.”

WBC/WBA super lightweight champion Danny Garcia (27-0, 16 KOs) retained his titles with a twelve round unanimous decision over WBC interim super lightweight champion Lucas Matthysse (34-3, 32 KOs). Both fighters came out carefully, respecting the other’s power. The bout started heating up in the mid-rounds. Matthysse’s right eye was nearly shut by round eight and Garcia, a 2:1 underdog, had target practice after that. A desperate Matthysse tried to pull it out late with big shots, but Garcia put him down in the eleventh. Garcia was deducted a point for a low blow in the twelfth. The fight ended with both fighters furiously throwing leather. Scores were 115-111, 114-112, 114-112. Matthysse had suffered two dubious losses in the USA previously, but this loss was legit.

“I’m the champion of the world,” said Garcia. “The champion of the world isn’t scared of anyone. If you can make it out Philly you can make it out of anywhere. The only way to slow him down was to go down to the body and throw combinations upstairs. I just let my hands go.”

Matthysse stated, “I only had one eye for half of the fight but, it’s no excuse. He fought a great fight. He’s a great champion and we knew he wasn’t intimidated by my punching.”

In a lackluster affair with no memorable moments, Carlos Molina (22-5-2, 6 KOs) won a twelve round split decision to dethrone IBF junior middleweight champion Ishe Smith (25-6, 11 KOs). Scores were 117-111, 116-112 Molina, 116-112 Smith

Welterweight Pablo Cesar Cano (27-3-1, 20 KOs) scored a ten round split decision over Ashley Theophane (34-5-1, 10 KOs). Despite being cut over the left eye early on, Cano landed the more hurtful punches in the fight en route to a 98-92, 97-93 win on two cards, while Theophane was up 96-94 on the third card.

In a power punch slug fest, Luis “Cuba” Arias (7-0, 4KOs) of Las Vegas mauled Reidsville, NC’s James Winchester (16-9, 6KOs) en route to a six round unanimous decision in the super middleweight division. Arias always moved forward and once he trapped Winchester against the ropes scored hard body shots and looked for the head with upper cuts with both fists. Winchester had no choice but to protect himself and retreat. It was no surprise when the scores were announced as 60-54 three times.

In an eight round super middleweight bout, Ronald Gravil controlled the majority of the action with a vast array of punches scores over former Mayweather Promotions charge Shujaa El Amin (formerly known as Dion Savage. Gravil scored well as El Amin would look to work on the inside. Scores were 79-73 three times. Gravil stays undefeated with a record of 7-0, 5KOs while El Amin drops to 12-5, 6KOs.

In another quick knock out, middleweight Chris “Sweet” Pearson (12-0, 9KOs) annihilated Joshua Williams (9-6, 5KOs) of Westerly, RI, in the first round of a scheduled eight. Straight punches to the face bloodied the nose of the southpaw Williams and as Pearson, also a southpaw, began to pick up the pace, referee Russell Mora stopped the action at 1:14 of the first round.

Las Vegas, NV’s Lannell “KO” Bellows (6-0-1, 4KOs) scored exactly what his nickname describes, a quick knock out of previous undefeated Jordan Moore (3-1) of Logan, West Virginia. A big right hand at the 2:30 of the first round of a scheduled super middleweight four was enough to prevent Moore from beating the count.

We’ve heard that the first scheduled fight between cruiserweights Andrew Tabiti and Edward Smith did not happen because Smith failed to turn in a urine sample prior to the fight.

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FLOYD MAYWEATHER NON-STOP 25-MINUTE WORKOUT FOR CANELO ALVAREZ (AUGUST 28, 2013)

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FightHype.com was on hand at the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas, Nevada where undefeated pound-for-pound king Floyd “Money” Mayweather held a media workout as he continues to prepare for his upcoming clash with undefeated jr. middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. Check out how Mayweather looks as he works the mitts, rips the body bag, and blasts the heavy bag for 25 minutes straight just weeks before the highly-anticipated September 14 showdown.

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Floyd Mayweather in training for Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez clash [Exclusive footage]

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More exclusive coverage from the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas as Floyd Mayweather (44-0, 26 KO’s) prepares for his Sept. 14 clash with Saul Alvarez, set to take place at the MGM Grand. Continue watching the fight to check out Floyd on the heavy bag, hitting the speed bag, jumping rope, and more

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Floyd Mayweather on the mitts with Uncle Roger at MAGIC Market Week inside of the Mandalay Bay

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Floyd Mayweather training footage and fan interaction at MAGIC Market Week [August 2013]

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Go behind the scenes at the MAGIC Market Week in Las Vegas on Aug. 19, 2013, as undefeated superstar Floyd Mayweather entertains the fans with a public workout and autograph session inside of the Mandalay Bay.

Mayweather faces junior middleweight champion Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez on Sep. 14 at the MGM Grand on Showtime pay per view

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Sugar Ray Leonard talks Floyd Mayweather vs. Canelo Alvarez, Adrien Broner, and Pacquiao vs. Rios

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Chris Robinson and other boxing media members catch up with the great Sugar Ray Leonard inside of the Monte Carlo Resort in Las Vegas for the inaugural Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame Ceremony. Hear what Ray had to say bout his best Vegas memories, how the sport has changed, plus thoughts on Floyd Mayweather vs. Saul Alvarez, Manny Pacquiao vs. Brandon Rios, and Adrien Broner

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Floyd Mayweather mitt work with Roger Mayweather ahead of May 4th duel with Robert Guerrero

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