Danny Garcia says he is ‘well prepared’ for his world championship rematch with Mexican legend Erik Morales at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn,New York on Saturday night.
Garcia, who scored a 12 round unanimous decision win over Morales for the vacant WBC light-welterweight title back in March, insists he is well prepared and ready for anything Morales can throw at him.
Speaking at the final media workout on Wednesday Garcia said: “I feel strong, I’m well prepared and I can’t wait to showcase my skills.
“I expect a lot of fans from Philadelphia to come. Everyone is coming to this fight. It’s big.
“I always go for the knockout, the fans love it. That’s what I do, I bring knockout power.
Garcia added: “I Definitely expect a win. I’ve been training so hard. I’m too smart and I can’t see myself losing to anyone anytime soon.”
Morales, a future Hall of Famer, has seen it and done all before and is determined to give boxing fans a fight to remember.
“Lots of people have seen my fights. Even though I’m not at home, I know lots of people will watch and they will see my hard work and effort in the ring,” said Morales.
“We’re totally prepared. We are ready and anticipating stepping in the ring. We’re very hurt over what happened in March and we have done everything possible to be ready for this Saturday.
“You don’t want to miss it. It will be an explosive and historic fight. You will see an Erik Morales who is ready.”
October 19, 2012