Boxing sensation Mikey Garcia speaks ahead of his latest fight which if he wins, would see him become a four-weight world champion.
Since turning pro back in 2006 Garcia has ripped through the sport of boxing like a knife through butter.
Amassing an impressive pro record to date of 37-0-30KO and becoming world champion in three weight divisions at just the age of 30.
Next February he’ll take on Sergey Lipinets for the IBF super-lightweight title in San Antonio and will have the chance to become a four-weight world champion.
Speaking on what it means to him, Garcia said:
“It’s been a great return to boxing since my layoff. When I came back, I wanted to move fast and take on big challenges. That’s what we’ve been doing so far. I want to take on any challenges that people think I can’t achieve. I think slowly we’re proving to everyone that I’m better than ever and I’m going to keep taking on the kinds of fights that will cement my legacy.