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Three-division world champion Mikey Garcia kept his undefeated record intact with a dominant 12-round performance against four-division world champion Adrien Broner in the main event of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING, Saturday on SHOWTIME from Barclays Center, the home of BROOKLYN BOXING®.

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In what could be considered one of the best performances of his career, Garcia (37-0, 30 KO’s) won a unanimous decision by scores of 117-111 and 116-112 twice.

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“We trained for 10 weeks, we had a great training camp and great sparring, we knew it was going to be a tough fight,” Garcia said.

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Garcia took the lead early on, showcasing fundamentally sound technique and backing Broner into the ropes midway through the second frame. A flurry of body shots put Broner in trouble in the second round. While Broner was able to stay on his feet, Garcia emerged with another round in his favor.

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“I think I controlled the fight in the early rounds and I kept the activity up,” Garcia said. “Broner is a great fighter and he has great skills but I was the superior fighter tonight.”

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Garcia showed a combination of jabs, power punches and body shots all night long. He cornered Broner on the ropes with a huge left hook halfway through the third frame, and backed him in to the ropes again with 39 seconds remaining in the round.  While Broner showed some movement in the fourth round and hit Garcia with a succession of 1-2 combinations, Garcia’s bodywork kept Broner at bay.

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"It was part of the strategy to be a little busier in this fight than in the fights I have previously had,” Garcia said.

Broner (33-3, 24 KOs) looked to get back in the fight as he started the eighth round with a succession of sharp combinations, however his lack of consistency couldn’t withstand Garcia’s phenomenal body shots and overall punch output. Through eight rounds, Garcia had thrown a total of 500 punches, while Broner had just thrown 291. 

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Although Garcia had amassed an early lead from the first three-quarters of the fight, Broner continued to walk through heavy fire from Garcia in an attempt to connect with a big punch and change the tide of the fight. While he was able to ignite the crowd and land several big punches over the final three rounds, none of it proved to be enough to slow down Garcia.

"It was my timing, I've always said I have very good timing,” said Garcia. “It is underestimated when you are outside the ring but once you get inside the ring with me, I'm a step ahead."

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User Comments and Feedback
Comment by NYG on 07-30-2017

Broner is the can man. Meaning he will be collecting cans for 5 cents if he doesnt win a few fights. Bum

Comment by Realboxingfan1 on 07-30-2017

[QUOTE=MexicanStyle#1;17903855]hahahah come on man, is evident he's either trolling or being sarcastic....[/QUOTE] Nah GGG has down syndrome

Comment by Dle on 07-30-2017

The biggest robbery of the decade! Broner robbed Mikey of displaying superior skills & robbed fans of a fight of the year. Scared mfr.

Comment by Realboxingfan1 on 07-30-2017

[QUOTE=G G G;17903813]I watched it again and had Broner winning via SD.[/QUOTE] Via split decision lmao he judged it Whithin himself I guess each G gets a vote . I have this dude GGG losing in life via unanimous retarded.

Comment by Luilun on 07-30-2017

Just shows Broner is king of the B level fighters can't compete with the A Level he's a Minor league

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