Garcia vs Granados welterweights fight live stream, Prediction, odds : Danny Garcia (34-2, 20 KOs) will be attempting to put himself back in position to challenge for a world title this Saturday night on April 20 against Adrian Granados (20-6-2, 14 KOs) in their 12 round fight for the vacant World Boxing Council Silver welterweight title on PBC on Fox & Fox Deportes at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.
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Danny Garcia vs Adrian Granados
Place: Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California
Time: 8:00 pm ET
Garcia vs Granados Live Stream
Garcia isn’t a champion anymore. He’s now officially a contender. He hasn’t been a world champion since he loss to Thurman by a 12 round split decision in March 2017. That was two years ago. It sounds like Garcia is having a hard time adjusting to being a contender at this point.
Garcia has been getting off to a late start in his recent fights, allowing Shawn Porter and Keith Thurman to build up big leads on him before he started rallying. Garcia can’t afford to fight like that against Granados. If he lets the Chicago native build a lead on him, he’ll never get back into the fight. Granados isn’t going to tire out the way that Thurman and Porter did in their fights against Garcia.
Despite having lost two out of his last three fights, Garcia, 31, still views himself as even with the elite welterweights Errol Spence Jr., Keith Thurman and Shawn Porter. Garcia is within one of loss dropping out of being seen as an elite level fighter. Whether Granados has enough talent to finish Garcia’s days as an elite level guy is unclear. Porter says Granados gave him a tougher fight than Danny Garcia did. That was a harder fight for Porter against Granados than Garcia, he says.
“I really feel like a lot of the top welterweights are at the same level,” Garcia said to esnewsreporting. “Me being in there with [Shawn] Porter and [Keith] Thurman. These are two of the best welterweights. That’s how I really feel. There’s really no top guy for me. Me, Thurman and Porter all fought each other. Errol Spence really hasn’t fought no one. [Terence] Crawford hasn’t fought nobody yet at welterweight. So you can’t really assess it until everybody fights everybody,” Garcia said.