This weekend Saturday night, Errol Spence Jr. will return to the boxing ring unexpectedly since his awful car accident in October 2019. Spence will risk his WBC and IBF welterweight world titles against previous two-division champ Danny Garcia in a Fox pay-per-see headliner.
Spence (26-0, 21 KO) is perhaps the most brilliant star and greatest gifts. A blend of his one-vehicle mishap and the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has kept him out of the ring after an exciting battle with Shawn Porter that stood apart as one of enclosing’s best 2019. With the boxing scene wanting to see a unification confrontation between Spence and Terence Crawford, Spence will initially need to get through a talented former champion in Garcia.
Garcia (36-2, 21 KO) began his career 33-0 before losing two of his next three battles, choice defeats because of Porter and Keith Thurman. He has since got back in the success section with prevails upon lower-level opposition to put himself back in a situation to fight for a world championship. He is a previous WBA and WBC junior welterweight champion and furthermore held the WBC title at welterweight.
Date: Dec. 5th – Start Time: 9 p.m. ET
Location: AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas
Spence vs. Garcia card, odds
- Errol Spence Jr. -450 vs.Danny Garcia +350, WBC and IBF welterweight championship
- Eduardo Ramirez -440 vs. Miguel Flores +340, featherweights
- Sebastian Fundora vs. Habib Ahmed, super welterweights
- Josesito Lopez -330 vs. Francisco Santana +260, welterweights
- Isaac Avelar vs. Sakaria Lukas, super featherweightsOB
- Frank Martin vs. Tyron Luckey, lightweights
- Fernando Garcia vs. Juan Tapia, featherweights
- Burley Brooks vs. Marco Delgado, super middleweights
- Vito Mielnicki Jr. vs. Steven Pulluaim, welterweights