Garcia versus Rios: Fight date, begin time and how to observe live
Garcia hopes to stop any expectation of a Rios profession stiring on Feb. 17.
The street to reclamation in boxing has numerous ways, and Garcia versus Rios is the finest case of that.
Garcia hasn’t battled since last March, a misfortune to Keith Thurman that sullied “Swift’s” flawless record — and left him strapless. Presently, Garcia hopes to bounce back and make more clamor in a stacked welterweight division — with his gloves, not his mouth, this time — as he keeps on getting out adversaries.
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Rios, who was sent into retirement following a misfortune to Timothy Bradley in 2015, immediately changed his tune and is on the rebound trail. He convincingly brought down Aaron Herrera in his arrival session last June, yet whether or not “Bam” still has the products to contend at an abnormal state inside the division is yet to be seen. He has an extreme test in simply his second battle since returning.
Should Garcia win, it’ll be intriguing to perceive what’s left for him in the division: the welterweight class is stacked, and keeping in mind that he continues getting out warriors, it stays to be seen regardless of whether he really needs to step foot in the ring versus a person like Errol Spence Jr.
Those inquiries will be addressed soon, yet to start with, “Quick” versus “Bam” will happen, and here’s all you have to know.
(All circumstances Eastern.)
Garcia vs. Rios fight date, start time
Danny “Quick” Garcia and Brandon “Bam” Rios are set to toss down on Saturday, Feb. 17. The undercard begins at 10 p.m, with Garcia and Rios anticipated that would make their ring strolls around midnight.
How to watch Garcia vs. Rios: TV channel, live stream
The whole Garcia versus Rios card can be seen on Showtime. You can likewise live stream the battle by means of Showtime on different stages.
Garcia vs. Rios fight card
- Danny Garcia versus Brandon Rios; welterweights
- Beam Robinson versus Yordenis Ugas; welterweights
- David Benavidez (c) versus Ronald Gavril for the WBC world super middleweight title
- Lionell Thompson versus Edwin Rodriguez; Light heavyweights (non-broadcast)
- Ladarius Miller versus Argenis Mendez; Lightweights (Non-broadcast)
- Joe Spencer versus Uriel Gonzalez; Super welterweights (Non-broadcast)