UNIFIED WELTERWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT MOVES TO DECEMBER 5
AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, will be the place for the unified welterweight title fight. This fight will be with fans allowed into the stadium, but it’s unknown how many people can attend the fight.
Garcia (36-2, 21KOs), a former 140-pound straight champion and 147-pound champion, has won two in a row since losing to Porter. “I am very excited to get back in the ring,” Garcia said. “This is going to be my second fight of 2020, even though it’s been a crazy year with the pandemic and everything. I’m glad we’re finally getting back to where we were and that we can bring this fight to the fans. This showdown is a mega-fight. It’s my chance to regain my place at the top of this division and become a five-time world champion. I am extremely prepared ”.
“Having my comeback fight be in front of my hometown fans at AT&T Stadium is added motivation and a dream come true,” Spence said in a press release. “It means even more because I’m going up against a great champion in Danny Garcia. I know people are looking out to see if I’ve lost a step or won’t be at my best, but I’m 100% focused, and everything is on point in training camp. I just can’t wait to go out there on December. 5 and put on a show.”