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Danny Garcia : “Mayweather vs. Khan will be better than the Canelo fight”

Amir Khan Floyd Mayweather Jr Khan vs. Mayweather Khan-MayweatherBy Mohamed Horomtallah: Undefeated champion Danny “Swift” Garcia shared his thoughts on the upcoming fight between Floyd “Money” Mayweather and Amir “King” Khan (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_DkX7sQyFQ).


He said that he believes it will be more competitive and more exciting than Mayweather’s last fight against Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. Danny who faced Khan in 2012 thinks that Khan’s speed, movement and work rate will challenge the pound for pound king.

Garcia should know what he’s talking about and maybe that’s why he doesn’t want a rematch with Khan because should Khan fight a little bit smarter, he knows he does not stand a chance.


In their 2012 fight, Garcia was missing with his left hook like crazy before Khan got overconfident and cocky and forgot about the left hook and got clipped. World class trainer Robert Garcia believes that a rematch with Khan will be very bad for Danny (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QStXJsFn6bg).

Joining the likes of Marvin Hagler, Garcia believes that Mayweather will not have an easy fight against Khan like he did when he faced Guerrero and Canelo. The may 3rd Mayweather vs. Khan fight is starting to gain momentum and generate excitement here and overseas and it will only go viral once the official announcement is made official.

Expect the best and most entertaining “All Access” so far with the King himself having to share the spotlight of the reality show with another big mouth.

Speed vs speed. Who will win? The smart money is obviously on Money May, however, if Khan stick to Virgil Hunter’s game plan, which means being disciplined, fighting smart, avoiding carelessness, then we’re for a very, very exciting night.

As fans, we cannot ask for more…


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