Danny Garcia believes he already done enough to be part of boxing immortality in New York.
“I definitely feel that I am a Hall of Famer fighter right now. If you look at the last decade, and what I’ve accomplished,” Garcia told BoxingScene.com in an interview. “I’ve been headlining world title fights since 2012. I fought 13 former world champions. I won three titles in two different divisions. You can’t really ask for more from a fighter.”
The 31-year-old Garcia (35-2, 21 KOs) will next fight Ivan Redkach (23-4-1, 18 KOs) on Jan. 25 in Brooklyn.
His only two career losses have come to Shawn Porter in 2018 and Thurman in 2017. A potential fight and win over: Pacquiao, Spence Jr., Thurman or Porter will further help make Garcia’s Hall of Fame case.
Can’t wait to see what Danny Garcia brings to the table on January 25. pic.twitter.com/jbp58GcXy3
— Tim and Misty Swafford (@AndSwafford) January 13, 2020