By Mike Coppinger
Danny Garcia barely held onto his junior welterweight titles in a disputed win over Mauricio Herrera last month.
He probably won't be the champion for much longer, but for a different reason.
"My next fight, that's probably going to be my last fight at 140 (pounds)," Garcia said Saturday during the Showtime broadcast. "I've got one more fight and then 147 here I come. So you guys had better watch out. I've got my eyes open."
Angel Garcia told BoxingScene.com's Bill Emes that his son's next fight could come in July in his hometown of Philadelphia.
After Garcia does depart the weight class for good, who might be the man to take over 140 pounds? Garcia says it could be a guy coming down to the weight class, stablemate Adrien Broner, who makes his 140-pound debut against Carlos Molina on May 3.
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