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Hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Danny Garcia is among some of the best American professional boxers of the present times. As of 2012, Danny Garcia has been in twenty five bouts and hasn’t lost a single one. On his undefeated streak, Garcia has won sixteen bouts with a Knock Out. Garcia is also the currently reigning WBA (Super) Light Welterweight, Ring Magazine and WBC Champion. Due to Garcia’s large fan following, his matches usually get a large attendance, and the same is expected for his upcoming bout with Zab Judah. You too can be a part of the action, and witness all the excitement live with Danny Garcia tickets.
Born in North Philadelphia to Puerto Rican parents, Garcia already had his roots in the sport of Boxing as his father also happened to be a boxer. Garcia was exposed to the sport all thanks to his father, and it was his father who also took him to Harrowgate Boxing Club in Philly. At that time Garcia was only ten years of age, which was the minimum age at that time to be training as a boxer. Since the day when Garcia laid his first punch to the punching bag, his father has been his mentor and primary coach. Ever since he stepped into the boxing industry, Garcia has aspired to become the next Big Puerto Rican Boxer and he is well on the right path on being so. When it comes to his influences, Garcia has always been a great admirer of Carlos Ortiz, a Boxing Hall of Famer.
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Before finally making his professional debut in 2007, Garcia had previously been in a number of amateur events and had won U.S National Championship, Tammer Tournament Championship and Under 19 National Championship. Garcia had his first professional bout in Atlantic City, New Jersey at the Borgata Hotel Casino on November 17, 2007 against Mike Denby. Garcia started off the fight by sending some power shots towards Denby before finally putting him down on the mat with a short right. After sending Denby to the neutral corner in the next round, Garcia went for a knock out and finished the match after sending Denby down to the ground for good the third time. After winning his debut professional match, Garcia had his second bout up against Jesús Villareal on December 08, 2007 in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand. His was the undercard match of the superfight between Ricky Hatton and Floyd Mayweather, Jr. Garcia picked up his second win by a technical knockout. The following year on January 11, Garcia went up against Marlo Cortez, and swept yet another victory for himself after dropping Cortez down in the second round. Garcia kept on piling victories for himself as at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Garcia claimed a victory over Charles Wade on March 15, 2008.
After claiming a couple of more victories for himself, Garcia got his hands on his first professional championship title on August 15, 2011 when he went up against Kendall Holt for the vacant NABO Jr. Welterweight Title during an undercard event on Hopkins Vs. Dawson. Garcia had his first ever world championship matchup when he went for WBC Light Welterweight World Championship against the famous Mexican boxer, Erik Morales. The match turned out to be a lot more than just a championship match as it also marked the start of yet another Mexico vs. Puerto Rico rivalry. The match started off slow for Garcia, which Morales capitalized mighty well and injured Garcia’s nose in the start. As the match progressed, Garcia acquired control over the situation hence winning the match up with a unanimous decision after causing a knockout in the 11th round.
Now this time around, as Garcia readies up to go up against Judah he stands as the favorite of the match judging from his past undefeated record. So support him by being their live with Danny Garcia tickets.