Roughly 4 miles away his mug brightens Barclays Center in Brooklyn throughout from Ivan Redkach, his challenger Saturday night. When Garcia sinks into a chair, he knows that this is not the struggle that should be. He's making the finest of it with a smile on his face.
It is now clear to the boxing fans that the second division world champion should actually be fighting Errol Spence Jr.
Spence miraculously survived after being ejected from his auto as it flipped multiple times in downtown Dallas.
Garcia had to move on. "I've been the underdog and won, I've been the top dog and won and I've been in the biggest magnitude of fights", Garcia said. Then I would probably have been upset. "I felt in one's bones that psychologically, I wished to combat on January 25". "I only knew that mentally, I wanted to fight on January 25th".
Ukrainian boxer Ivan Redkach has shared his expectations of a fight for the WBC welterweight contender title against American Danny Garcia.
Redkach predicted again Thursday that he'll become the first fighter to knock out Garcia.
Prior to his mishap, Spence was stimulating Garcia's name on Instagram and in interviews alike.
Garcia warns "Bud" and Top Rank. This is a very important fight for me and my future. "No, I was not (impressed)". Simpson was a buddy of the unbeaten double super featherweight and the current WBA title holder Gervonta Davis 12-time National Champion and 6-time Silver Glove Champion as an amateur. Two-part world champion Danny "Swift" García.
"You have to fight every fight like it's your last because it could be", Garcia said. "And when I touch him to the body, simply may put 2 more upstairs". He could not even touch me. I landed nearly 50 percent of my (power) blows.
"Danny is already looking past me".
" And I believe when I'm not in the mix, simply toss something, utilize my jab a bit, get some points", he includes. "For that reason I think it will happen".
Redkach (23 -4 -1, 18 KOs) isn't always purchasing it. Redkach feels that fighting at welterweight will not be a problem. And he's going to let Garcia pay for it.
"He's counting on this as a tune-up fight and that's a big mistake", Redkach said. He went 9 rounds with him. I have been to a lot of Danny's fights and now I get the chance to test myself against him.
" I seem like the most significant defend me will be the Spence, Pacquiao or Thurman battle", he continues.
"He fought a good fight, but Devon's not the same Devon Alexander from before", Garcia told BoxingScene.com before the final press conference Thursday for their fight Saturday night in Brooklyn.
Garcia has been a professional for 19 years and has heard everything - from masters and candidates alike.