The highly anticipated showdown between IBF 140-pound champion Sergey Lipinets and undefeated three-division world champion Mikey Garcia has rescheduled for Saturday, March 10, 2018. The Premier Boxing Champion event will remain in San Antonio but now at Freeman Coliseum. Gracia’s quest for a fourth title was set to take place on February 10th, but due to a training injury to Lipinet’s hand, the event was delayed. Catch the fight Lipinets vs. Garcia live on Showtime.
“Mikey Garcia quest for a fourth title”
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Main Events Of Lipinets vs. Garcia Fight Live Online
- Sergey Lipinets vs. Mikey Garcia(Main Fight)
- Rances Barthelemy vs. Kiryl Relikh
Garcia (37-0, 30 KOs), has just returned to pound-for-pound lists in 2017 by achieving a highlight reel knockout of Zlaticanin to win the WBC Lightweight World Championship in January and then knocking four-division champion Broner on his way to a unanimous decision back in July. Being a member of a renowned boxing family, he is noted for his sportsmanship coupled with his commanding presence in the ring, which he learned from his brother and talented trainer Robert Garcia.
Garcia returned to the ring after a two-and-half-year layoff back in July 2016 without missing a single beat to stop former champion Elio Rojas. He held world titles at 126, 130 and 135 pounds, and stopped 19 of his last 22 opponents including Roman “Rocky” Martinez, Orlando Salido, and Juan Manuel Lopez
With a win, Garcia would be only the third fighter in modern history to become champion of 126, 130, 135 and 140-pounds, joining future Hall of Famers- Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez.
The unbeaten Lipinets (13-0, 10 KOs) achieved a super lightweight world title in his 13th pro fight by knocking Akihiro Kondo with a unanimous decision back in November. The 28-year-old lifted up the 140-pound rankings with victories over Haskell Rhodes, Walter Castillo, and Levan Ghvamichava, before knocking out Leonardo Zappavigna in a world title eliminator last year. Lipinets is looking to stamp his place as an elite fighter when he knocked dangerous Garcia on March 10.
Who’s winning and who’s losing?
Lipinets credited with solid performances, but as complete and polished as Garcia – this is merely a boxer trying to rush in his career and looking for the quick breakthrough. Lipinets fought 13 fights in his 4-year career and now boxed one of the top names on three months rest. Good luck! Garcia still in power to test Lipinets chin, the IQ doesn’t allow him to dictate the pace and cut off the ring, and don’t forget his hand speed advantage. Lipintes has solid skills but there are boxing levels, and he is not ready enough for this fight.