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##Match Info##
12 rounds, for vacant WBC welterweight title
Robert Guerrero vs Danny Garcia
Date : Saturday, January 23, 2016
Time : 8pm ET On Fox
Staples Center Los Angeles, California, USA
When: Saturday, January 23, at 8 p.m. ET
Where: Staples Center in Los Angeles
TV: Fox
Live Stream: Fox Sports Go

The vacant WBC Welterweight Championship is up for grabs on Saturday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Danny “Swift” Garcia (31-0, 18 KO) faces Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero (33-3-1, 18 KO) in a battle to claim one of the 147-pound crowns vacated when Floyd Mayweather Jr. retired.

The two former champions will do battle in the main event that also features Sammy Vasquez vs. Aron Martinez and Dominic Breazeale vs. Amir Mansour. It will be Fox’s first Premier Boxing Champions event. Here are the viewing details:

Back in June 2015, an ill-prepared Guerrero took on a motivated Martinez in Carson, California. The result was a split-decision victory for Guerrero, but that was one of the worst decisions of the year.

Martinez dropped Guerrero in the fourth round and did the better work overall, but he still wasn’t awarded the decision he earned. Guerrero took a much-needed break from the ring, and now he’s returning against Garcia.

If his effort isn’t better on Saturday, the outcome may not be as fortunate.


Guerrero will seek to make the fight an ugly brawl. Body punching is a key to his success. When he’s pounding the body effectively, he’s able to outlast his opponents to seize the late rounds. That’s the blueprint he used en route to a win over Andre Berto—which is still his biggest to date.

Garcia will look to catch and shoot. His left hook is his best weapon. It’s the punch that put Khan in peril, and it could be Guerrero’s undoing. This is a bout that is likely to be action-packed, with both fighters having their moments.

In the end, Guerrero hasn’t looked sharp in his last two bouts. His taxing loss against Keith Thurman in March 2015 seemed to take a lot out of him. Garcia will have more in the tank from the seventh round on, and he’ll win the title via late-round stoppage or unanimous decision.