Garcia vs Vargas: Mikey Garcia vows to ‘prove’ himself as a welterweight threat

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Mikey Garcia insists”there is a good deal more that I could deliver” from Jessie Vargas in welterweight despite previously struggling in the division.
Garcia meets Vargas on Sunday afternoon live on Sky Sports Arena, in Texas bid to propel himself into contention for a domain in a branch.
Four-weight titleholder Garcia awakened two branches to battle welterweight winner Errol Spence Jr in his battle, but lost his unbeaten record at a post-apocalyptic beating. His comeback a year this weekend is as a welterweight back again.
Garcia stated:”I am here to take over and show everybody that there’s a good deal more to Mikey Garcia. I will prove that I could be a competition at welterweight. We landed Vargas for this reason.
“He is a former welterweight champion, has had a good career, large in size and elevation. Folks keep telling me about fighters that I should not be fighting. It inspires me. I wish to prove that there is a lot more that I can deliver.
“I will do whatever it takes to win this fight.
“I don’t want simple fights. Since they were too simple other conflicts turned down. Me excite because he is big and strong, and the kind of name that I need to show myself to everybody.
“He’s coming to knock out. I am doing the exact identical thing. It has all of the elements for a memorable night”
Two-weight world champion Vargas said:”I know the chance that has been given to me. I intend to, and will, make the most.
“I have never looked that good in the ring. I am shining. Mikey is great, I have admiration for him, but if the bell rings it’s fight time and I intend to give a performance where you admit that I am one of the finest in the branch.”
The unbeaten Kal Yafai of birmingham defends the WBA super-flyweight name against Roman’Chocolatito’ Gonzalez, the legendary Nicaraguan 50-fight veteran who has held world titles.
Yafai stated:”He’s somebody I have looked up to for a lengthy moment. It’s a challenge to be battling him. I’ll do what I have to do in order to win the battle.
“But I’m a massive admirer of everything he is done for the bigger divisions.
“I will stay Britain’s longest reigning world champion.”
When he can choose the WBC flyweight title from Julio Cesar 22, welshman Jay Harris is now Britain’s newest world champion.
“I will pull off a huge upset,” Harris told Martinez who was involved in the contentious fight last year after he originally thought he had beaten Charlie Edwards, only for a video match to overrule the result of a’no competition’.
Joseph Parker, former WBO champion who’s confronted Anthony Joshua, Dillian Whyte and Hughie Fury, confronts Shawndell Winters and said:”I am not taking this fight lightly. I will take care of business”

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