Danny Garcia didn’t inspire many people with his performance last weekend, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be a commodity when he moves up to welterweight. During the aftermath of his fight with Lamont Peterson at the Barclays Center last
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Demetrius Andrade was in attendance for this past weekend’s Danny Garcia-Lamont Peterson “PBC” clash at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Andrade, who is not an Al Haymon fighter, seemed to enjoy himself and was very impressed by the
Now that we’ve all been able to absorb last weekend’s “PBC” main event on NBC it is safe to say that nothing has been agreed upon and the nature of Danny Garcia and Lamont Peterson’s controversy is still as debatable
Danny Garcia is not the Goods! Okay, I’ll admit it. Directly after the scorecards were read, I was screaming robbery and some other expletive’s that I probably shouldn’t say out loud. I mean come on. This is two out of
When Danny Garcia(30-0, 17KO’s) was announced as the winner over Lamont Peterson(33-3-1, 17KO’s) in their non-title catchweight fight last Saturday night, flares of contention were immediately launched in to the sky. The pro-Garcia Brooklyn crowd were pleased to see their
Nestor Gibbs of ThaBoxingVoice was able to speak to Danny Garcia’s father and trainer, the outspoken Angel Garcia about their controversial win over Lamont Peterson this weekend, the prospects of a rematch and even promised to give ThaBoxingVoice the scoop
Boxing is one of the oldest sports in the history of mankind and has come a long way since the early Olympics, possibly earlier. People have traveled from far away lands to find out who’s the best fighter in the
After a narrow escape last Saturday, unbeaten junior welterweight champion Danny Garcia (30-0) says he’s interested in facing Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, the top two welterweights in the sport. Speaking with ESPN, he added that he needs to
Premier Boxing Champions on NBC returned with two exciting bouts Saturday night as Danny “Swift” Garcia (30-0, 17 KOs) defeated Lamont Peterson (33-3-1, 17 KOs) by majority decision and “Irish” Andy Lee (34-2-1, 24 KOs) and Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin
IBF World super-lightweight champion Lamont Peterson(33-2-1, 17KO’s) was heavily bearded and soft-spoken when a member of the Esnewsreporting.com team interviewed him after he weighed in for his fight tonight against WBA super, WBC and Ring Magazine champion Danny Garcia(29-0, 17KO’s).
Angel Garcia spoke with Nestor Gibbs of Tha Boxing Voice about Lamont Peterson’s chances against Danny Garcia in their Saturday night fight on PBC. Angel, as outspoken as he always has been said there was no chance at all… unless
On Saturday, the IBF World Junior Welterweight Champion, Lamont Peterson, will be entering the ring to face the WBA Super World Junior Welterweight and the WBC World Junior Welterweight champion, Danny “Swift” Garcia. The bout will take place at the
This Saturday, live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. Premier Boxing Champions will be presenting a pair of top notch fights as the undefeated Danny “Swift” Garcia will be facing Lamont “Havoc” Peterson while the WBO Middleweight Champion, “Irish”
Irish ace Andy Lee says the ‘monkey is off his back’ now he is world champion, claiming his opponent Peter Quillin will be the one under the cosh this Saturday night. The middleweight star, who won the WBO crown last
Danny Garcia’s trainer/father Angel Garcia spoke with the press and Josh Grayer of Tha Boxing Voice was there to get his thoughts on the IBF title that Lamont Peterson presently holds and how this fight is the third time Danny
On Saturday, Danny Garcia will take on Lamont Peterson in a fight that may be long overdue. When I first thought about this fight, this writer was excited because it was two of the best Jr. Welterweights in the world.
During a recent conversation with members of the media, current WBC, WBA, and and Ring Magazine champion, Danny Garcia, broke down his upcoming April 11th showdown with IBF titlist Lamont Peterson and what a win would do for his career.
In the final week of preparation for his April 11th PBC fight with Lamont Peterson (33-2-1, 17 KOs), Danny Garcia (29-0, 17 KOs) sat down with the media and answered some lingering questions about the fight and what his plans
Current light-welterweight champion Danny Garcia (29-0, 17 KOs) spoke with the boxing press in between workouts for his upcoming fight with Lamont Peterson (33-2-1, 17 KOs) and discussed his future at 147 and what he will need to do to
One week out from his 143 .lb. Catch-Weight meeting with IBF champion Lamont(33-2-1, 17KO’s) Peterson, WBA Super and WBC World super lightweight champion Danny ‘Swift’ Garcia(29-0, 17KO’s) granted Thaboxingvoice.com an audience. The upcoming fight will be held on NBC’s new