Welterweight champion of the World Boxing Council, Errol Spence Jr., will defend his title against former world champion Danny García, on Saturday night , with a limited audience, at the Dallas Cowboys stadium, the “AT&T Stadium” in Arlington, Texas.
The mega fight, which is promoted by Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) series, will be televised on FOX PPV in the United States and on ESPN in Latin America.
Undefeated Errol Spence, Jr. (26-0, 21 KOs) will return to the ring for the first time since the car accident he suffered last year. Former world champion Danny Garcia (36-2, 21 KOs), who reigned at super lightweight and welterweight, seeks to regain his WBC title, which he lost, in a terrific fight against Shawn Porter.
The WBC will present the winner of the match with a magnificent special recognition based on the mural “Angel with Gloves” by the exceptional Denver artist Austin Zucchini-Fowler as a sincere appreciation for the courageous work of the medical community in the face of the pandemic we live in and combat with all of our ingenuity and might.
This Friday the official weigh-in of the card took place, and no problems, with:
Errol Spence Jr. 146.4 lbs. vs. Danny Garcia 146.8 lbs.
Sebastian Fundora 153.6 lbs vs. Habib Ahmed 152.4 lbs.
Josesito Lopez 146.2 lbs vs. Francisco Santana 147.8 lbs.
Eduardo Ramirez 125.2 lbs. vs. Miguel Flores 125.4 lbs.
Isaac Avelar 126.8 lbs. vs. Sakaria Lukas 127.6 lbs.
Frank Martin 138.6 lbs. vs. Tyrone Luckey 138.4 lbs.
Fernando Garcia 122.4 lbs. vs. Juan Tapia 123 lbs.
Burley Brooks 170.4 lbs. vs. Marco Delgado 170.6 lbs.
Vito Mielnicki Jr. 146.8 lbs. vs. Steven Pulluaim 144.8 lbs.