Pay per head sportsbooks learned that Danny Garcia vowed to keep his light-welterweight titles for the ‘people of Puerto Rico’ in an eagerly anticipated clash against Mauricio Herrera on Saturday night.
While the Philadelphia fighter is from America, like his challenger, pay per head sportsbooks know that both of his parents hail from Puerto Rico, and Garcia feels honoured to defend his WBC and WBA titles in Bayamon.
“I’m not coming here to lose my title,” Garcia said. “I’m going to come and defend like always. I’m going to win for my people in Puerto Rico.
“It has always been a dream of mine to fight in Puerto Rico. I’m excited about it. They don’t have a champion right now.”
Pay per head sportsbooks can see that Garcia is in his career’s best form after defeating Lucas Matthysse last time around, and a voluntary defence against Herrera (22-7) should not alarm his fans.
Price per head services saw that the homecoming aspects were played up for Garcia, whose trainer and father Angel Garcia is excited to see his son fight for the first time in Puerto Rico.
“It’s a great honor for me to bring my son, the world champion, in front of our own people where I was born and grew up,” the elder Garcia said.
“We trained hard and we didn’t change anything. The same winning combination and we don’t expect any different results. It’s going to be a win.
“This is a dream that I had when Danny was a child. Dreams aren’t meant to be broken – not this one anyway.”
Garcia’s long-term ambition is a showdown with Floyd Mayweather, who will take on Marcos Maidana in May in a fight that pay per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see.
“At the end of the day I like to fight the best,” Garcia said. “Destiny is destiny. I’m OK with whatever happens.
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“I don’t question my manager’s job and I think that’s why we’re in the position where people think I should be fighting him and people think I deserve to fight him. Hopefully the fight might happen one day.”