Danny Garcia talks about his future goals: “I want to be a champion”


Danny Garcia talks about his future goals: “I want to be a champion”
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The well-experienced Danny Garcia still seems to have a lot of fire left in his tank; in spite of his growing age, he is ambitious about his boxing career. Danny Garcia has set a strong goal for himself: he aspires to become a three-division world champion.

Garcia has been fighting professionally for 16 years and has achieved noteworthy success. He last fought against Jose Benavidez Jr and secured a win via Majority decision. Watch the entire match highlights below: Danny Garcia has a professional record of 37-3 (21 knockouts); he’s most likely going to face Erislandy Lara in October; a win will get Garcia one step closer to fulfilling his goal.

In the potential fight with Lara, the WBA middleweight belt will be on the line, and it will be interesting to see if Garcia has what it takes to claim it.

Danny Garcia on his goals

Recently, in an interview with Fight Hub Tv, Danny Garcia spoke about his future aspirations.

Garcia looks forward to securing a win against Erislandy Lara. “I want to be a three division world champion, that’s what I want to be,” Garcia said as quoted by boxing-social.com. “‘Cause two is good, but three is a whole different kind of legacy.

That’s why I want this Lara fight, because I feel like it makes the most sense for me right now as it is the fastest way for me to become three division. In a perfect world, I’d love to win this fight with Lara, have one more fight and then think what I want to do with my career.

Garcia further said: I wouldn’t say that I’m thinking about retirement, but I want to be healthy when I leave, I want to be a champion and I want to be a three division. That’s my dream, that’s my goal.

Leave this game smart, wealthy and a great legacy and example for the kids coming behind me”.