Spence-Garcia clash Dec 5 in Dallas with fans

Unified WBC/IBF welterweight champion Errol “The Truth” Spence Jr. will duel two-division world champion Danny “Swift” Garcia in the blockbuster main event of a FOX Sports PBC Pay-Per-View Saturday, December 5 with fans in attendance at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The pay-per-view also features unbeaten super welterweight sensation Sebastian “The Towering Inferno” Fundora taking on Jorge Cota in a WBC super welterweight title eliminator in the co-main event. The lineup will also see all-action contenders Josesito “The Riverside Rocky” Lopez and Francisco “Chia” Santana squaring-off in a 10-round welterweight affair, plus former champion Julio Ceja faces featherweight contender Eduardo Ramirez in a WBC featherweight title eliminator to kick off the pay-per-view.

Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by TGB Promotions, Man Down Promotions and DSG Promotions, are on sale Wednesday, October 14 at 10 a.m. CT, and can be purchased at SeatGeek.com, the Official Ticketing Provider of AT&T Stadium.

Spence vs. Garcia was originally scheduled for November 21.

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  • I am having a difficult time believing Spence, Jr. is mentally prepared for the 1st fight, so I am picking Garcia. However, Garcia must avoid inactivity during the late rounds.

    If Garcia wins, a rematch is a possibility. I will hold my possible rematch selection for now.

    • What are you, nuts? Lol
      No way Garcia beats Spence. Thurman easily beat Garcia and Spence is way better than Thurman. Garcia might get knocked out

      • What? No way he beats Spence? Spence is better than Thurman? What kind of opinions are those? García is a former unified welter weight champ. His two losses were to top contenders and they both were close matches. Every one who’s fought him said he one of the hardest punchers they’ve faced. How can you say Spence is better than Thurman when they haven’t fought? Styles make fights. I would say this, García has to fight every rd and smart. This fight can go either way.

      • Thurman did not easily beat Garcia , in fact it was a split decision in a close fight. I expect Spence to win possibly even by KO because he is the more complete fighter and much busier than Danny.

  • Good match up, 2 proven quality fighters. In normal circumstances I’d say Spence wins, but after the car crash and covid, who knows.
    Should be a good one or us fans.

  • Welterweight division is absolutely stacked and these guys are actually fighting top competition because that’s all there is in the top 10. Bud, Spence, Manny, Thurman, Garcia, Brook, Porter, Ugas. Reminds me of the 90s w Tito, Oscar, Quartey, Pernell, Jose Luis Lopez and Hurtado amongst others. Nice to see exciting times are ahead. Bud and/or Spence could hit a bump in the road before their possible showdown.

  • I predict Spencer Jr too, but this is an exciting fight, that might turn out with Garcia as the winner.

    No shame to loose against Thurman version 2017, and Porter is always extremely difficult to deal with, but on top of that, Garcia has had some closer fights and versus other boxers as well, and in fights he seems sometimes not really to have that I-want-to-survive-no-matter-what-winner-instinct.

    Eventhough Garcia is a hard-hitting counter-boxer, and Spencer Jr neither impossible to target nor at times expose, I think the reach, speed and winner-instinct will be decisive for Spencer Jr.

  • Spence’s team are fully aware who Garcia is and the arsenal he brings to the table. The contract would not have been signed if Spence’s team had any doubt of the major risks involved. However, let’s stop for a second and analyze Garcia’s offensive tactics. Garcia has a bad habit of getting flat footed as a fight progresses. Garcia tends to get predictable with his punches at times. Lastly, Garcia does not cut the ring off with finesse, but often tries to walk opponents down. Hmmm… Sounds like to me Spence just has to win on points just by boxing, moving, and keeping the distance in-check. Spence by split decision…

  • So much respect to Garcia and Spence. They are willing to put their money where their mouths are and taking on top guys. Pre accident, no doubt Spence wins. Post accident its going to be interesting. I believe this is a must win for Garcia and this will vindicate Spence is back. I much needed fight for boxing as they’ve been getting spanked by the UFC who has been putting on blockbuster after blockbuster main events.

  • This fight is not PPV worthy. The undercard is mediocre as well. This is the one that should be on free TV and the Loma-Lopez fight is the one that should be PPV if we are evaluating the quality of the matchups.

    The one aspect of the fight that’s intriguing is how Spence would perform after that horrific accident. Under normal circumstances, Spence boxes Garcia’s ears off. We’ll see if he’s close to 100% in this fight.

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