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 Last update:  7/3/2014       Read more by Bill Emes         
   
A. Garcia: Danny Should Already Have Peterson's Belt
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By Bill "Two Scoops" Emes

Angel Garcia, father and trainer of WBC/WBA champion Danny Garcia (28-0, 16KOs), says his son should have already captured the IBF championship, currently held by Lamont Peterson (32-2-1, 16KOs), on at least two occasions.

Golden Boy Promotions has put together a doubleheader for August 9th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, where Garcia and Peterson are defending their titles in separate fights and they may face each other if both retain their respective belts.

Peterson will be facing Edgar Santana, and Garcia appears in the main event against Rod Salka.

Angel is not too excited about challenging Peterson for his title, because he believes the IBF crown should have already been around Danny's waist, twice.

"When Peterson had the IBF, he fought [Amir] Khan. When they stripped the belt off [Peterson for a failed drug test], they didn't strip the IBF, so that belt should have been ours [because Danny then beat Khan]. That would have been ours already. Then when [Peterson] fought Matthysse, they also didn't fight for the IBF [because it took place at a catch-weight], so again that [belt] would have been ours [because Danny then beat Matthysse]," Angel told BoxingScene.com.

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comment by mathed, on 07-04-2014
And Herrera should have Danny's title Angel....care to comment on that aspect? It's OK, I'll wait until you come down from your crack high.

comment by hitking, on 07-03-2014
Angel is absolutely right. And because he's right, there's really no need for the Algeri-Peterson quasi eliminator for a shot at Danny. Danny is ththe unquestioned champ, kinda. My personal jr welterweight pecking order is Danny, Matthysse, Algeri, Herrera, Provo, Peterson. Danny's has a clear wi...

comment by T.M.T, on 07-03-2014
None of this crap that angel is crying about means jack. Just fight.

comment by ox805er, on 07-03-2014
[QUOTE=.:: JSFD26 ::.]Uh no. If thats the case, Herrera should have them all then, Angel. ;)[/QUOTE] LMAO!!! I seriously thought I would be first to cosign this.. I think it's unanimous.. Angel is delusional!

comment by GeneralZod, on 07-03-2014
Time for Danny to get beat like a b*tch! Call the ASPCA, Salsa's gonna tear this p*ssy up!

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