Danny Garcia Speaks On His Loss To Errol Spence Jr.
Danny Garcia has spoken out on his tough loss to Errol Spence Jr.
On December 5, Garcia challenged Spence for the WBC and IBF Welterweight Titles. The action was held inside AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. After 12 rounds of action, all three judges scored the fight for Spence. The champion put a halt to any doubt as to whether or not he’d be 100 percent after crashing his Ferrari back in 2019.
Garcia hopped on his Instagram account to issue the following statement on his defeat to Spence.
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“I’m still that dude and I’ll never stop being afraid to be great. All of the greats have loses. A legend is fighting the best win, lose or draw. I take my wins like my loses and continue to grow from all my life experiences in and out the ring. The journey continues. What don’t kill me makes me stronger.”
This is the third loss of Garcia’s pro boxing career. His other two defeats were at the hands of Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter. Many believe that of those three bouts, Spence had the most impressive and consistent showing against Garcia.
Time will tell what’s next for “Swift.” Spence has expressed his belief that Garcia would best be served moving up in weight class. Garcia has won the WBC Welterweight Title in the past but when it comes to marquee bouts at 147 pounds, he is 0-3. Still, if his statement holds true, Garcia will keep fighting on.