🇺🇸Danny Garcia finds himself in somewhat of a rebuild mode. The former WBC Welterweight Champion has lost 2 of his last 3 fights, a split decision loss to WBA Champion Keith Thurman, and a unanimous decision loss to WBC Champion Shawn Porter in his last outing in September of 2018.
Danny enters the ring on Saturday looking to work himself back into title contention with the upper tier of the Welterweight division. He will be in for a hard days work against the gritty 🇺🇸Adrian Granados.
Granados has run into hard luck in some of his biggest fights, losing close decisions to Adrien Broner and Shawn Porter and having his matchup with Javier Fortuna end in a no contest after Fortuna was unable to continue do to an injury.
This should be a pretty exciting one. Granados likes to force the action and make it rough early and often, and while Garcia is much more of a boxer, has no issue when it’s time to stand and fight.
I’m looking for this fight to mirror the one Garcia was in 2014 when he took a controversial majority decision over Mauricio Herrera in Puerto Rico. Granados will have his moments, pressing and bringing the fight to Garcia, but those moments may not be enough as Garcia’s cleaner punching and famous left hook will make Granados pay for his aggression, taking the close rounds.
Garcia beats Granados by UD 117-111