“It’s been a year and a half since my last fight, so I’m happy to be back there,” said Mike Garcia, 40-1, four of the four titles. “I’m excited to meet my supporters again, especially in Cali, where I grew up but haven’t fought in a long time.” Garcia discussed his next fight with Sandor Martin, who he defeated 38-2 at Chukchan Park in Fresno, California.
The fight will be broadcast live on Oct. 16 on the DAZN stream. “I want to keep fighting huge bouts, title fights, and be one of the top boxers in the world again,” Garcia stated. “Another step down that road.”
Garcia wants to return to wrestling less than two years after suffering his first loss – the game’s attempt to eliminate the midfielder from Errola Spensa. “I liked Meny (Pakjao) and Regis (Program),” Garcia said, “but we couldn’t get this fight, and we went to Sandor Martin, and he was a very good fighter.
He saw her all over the world and in sports, but not in America. He has a great 38-2 record, he’s hungry for an opportunity and he wants to use it. “
After 15 years of fighting, Garika remained strong. He’s smart, he (Martin) uses his height. and when he can, so I have to allow the strengths he has to overcome.
As always, Garcia is as comfortable as snow in the face of a new challenge. “I wasn’t pressured,” he said. “It doesn’t matter what I fight, I’m here to do my job, and everything – I’ve won the fight in my head so many times, and everything.
Just knowing You click if you don’t know about yourself and I didn’t know before, so I’m sure I’ll win and do well. Garcia’s last fight was a single victory over Jesse Vargas on 2020. Sandor’s last road trip was in April, when he won a unanimous decision over Kea Prospect in his native Spain.