This coming Saturday night, Mikey Garcia (38-0, 30 KOs) will collide with Robert Easter (21-0, 14 KOs) in an IBF, WBC lightweight unification at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
Showtime will televise the contest as the headline bout of a tripleheader.
This will be Garcia's first bout at the lightweight limit of 135-pounds since January of 2017.
His last two fights took place at the junior welterweight limit of 140 - with solid decision wins over Adrien Broner and Sergey Lipinets.
Garcia has had no issues with getting back down to lightweight.
"Yes, I'm comfortable. We had, like I said, a long camp with nine weeks. And the right eating, the right diet allows me to be able to fluctuate in weight and come back down to 135. I feel strong. I feel fast. I feel very healthy," Garcia said.
Garcia feels that his speed and power is there at 135 or 140 - but he feels that he's at less of a disadvantage when competing at 135.
At 140, he has to fight with opponents who are naturally bigger and rehydrate very heavy on fight night.
"Well, I feel comfortable at both divisions. I feel fast and strong in either division. But I do feel that I'm at a disadvantage when I'm fighting at super lightweight, 140 pounds. Those guys are naturally bigger and carry more weight. But I feel the same as far as my abilities go. And that's why I'm able to fight in both divisions because I feel fast and strong in either one," Garcia said.
"Fighting at lightweight, I think it's more of an even category, weight class. Even though my opponent this time around is a lot taller and has a lot of reach, we weigh the same. I don't feel that that's going to be any factor, when it comes to fight night. But I feel comfortable really. I honestly do feel comfortable in both divisions."
Garcia has recently stated that he plans to move up to the welterweight limit of 147 in the near future - and he wants a fight with IBF champion Errol Spence.