Check out highlights from the Thurman vs. Garcia fight on March 4, 2017.
Keith Thurman lets his fist do the talking when it comes to boxing. The undefeated fighter faces his biggest test Saturday, March 4, when he faces faces fellow undefeated world champ Danny Garcia. The king of the welterweights will be resolved and Thurman looks to reign supreme.
Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia collided in a battle of styles to unify Welterweight world titles in Brooklyn.
Former 140-pound world champion Kendall Holt—who lost to Danny "Swift" Garcia by split decision in 2011, but worked with welterweight champ Keith "One Time" Thurman in his training for Saturday's unification bout—says Thurman’s speed, boxing skills and power will be too much for Garcia to handle.
This week on PBC Jabs we recap our exciting February 25th Fox show, we preview the highly anticipated March 4th PBC on CBS fight card and we check in with 147-pound champ Keith “One Time” Thurman.
At 33-0 with 19 KOs in his decorated pro career, Danny "Swift" Garcia is no stranger to the big stage. He's been in countless world title and world title unification bouts. That makes him as confident as ever as he prepares for his first attempt at unifying welterweight world titles against fellow unbeaten champion Keith "One Time" Thurman, Saturday, March 4, 2017, on CBS.
Welterweight powerhouse Shawn Porter recently stopped by PBC HQ to offer his thoughts and insights about the upcoming 147-pound unification bout between Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia taking place on March 4, 2017, live on CBS.
Champ vs Champ. It's what the fans want. But how do Keith Thurman and Danny Swift Garcia prepare for a unification fight of this magnitude? Tune in to PBC on CBS Saturday, March 4, to see who the real king of the welterweight division is.