Mikey Garcia Knocks Juanma Out in The Fourth Round

American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas - Mikey Garcia (32-0, 27KOs) stopped former two division world champion Juan Manuel "Juanma" Lopez (33-3, 30KOs) in the fourth round. Garcia's jab was touching Juanma in the first. Lopez was able to land a few good lefts. In the second, Garcia started landing his own left hand. But then out of nowhere a counter right hand sent Juanma down on his seat. Juanma made it up and survived the round. Garcia started landing his hands go in the third and tagging Juanma with hard punches.

Juanma started making it a war in the fourth, but Garcia landed a big combination that sent the Puerto Rican star down on his back and he barely made it up. Juanma was out on his feet and the referee stopped the fight.

Garcia lost the WBO featherweight title on the scale on Friday, when he weighed two-pounds over the division limit of 126-pounds.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lazy on 06-19-2013

I always wondered why Juanma never went back to the basics and learned to box the right way. He just kept doing the same expecting a different result!

Comment by panicchaser on 06-19-2013

[QUOTE=Fistic;13475888]I think you are getting ahead of yourself. Mickey has not fought anyone significant yet. Knowledgeable boxing fans new that he would walk through JuanMa, myself included. What stands out the most to me in this match-up is that Garcia…

Comment by panicchaser on 06-18-2013

[QUOTE=newcastleking;13475597]there is waay more hate for Mexicans on here than PRs, Juanma looked strong & healthy he just got smashed[/QUOTE] It's a East Coast/West Coast thang. East Coast (i.e. NY, Jersey, Florida, etc.) will bakk they boricua's up n West…

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 06-16-2013

Lopez was a sitting duck.

Comment by periks19 on 06-16-2013

[QUOTE=kozone;13476673]Funny bc I was thinking the same thing of you as a Mexican fan!! But I'm not gonna start that bs so before you continue I'm friends with Gamboa he's trained at my gym and did he's hbo 24/7 there!!…

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