Danny Garcia is set to take on Keith Thurman in highly anticipated welterweight showdown on Saturday, 04 March 2017 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. It will be a Walter-weight title fight with huge incentives for the winner which might lure Mayweather out of retirement. The fight is presented under the banner of highly successful
“Premier boxing champions” PBC and it will be broadcasted live on showtime’s sister network CBS on a free-to-air channel which means huge audience in the United States. Garcia and Thurman set to pocket career best $2m each for this fight.
Danny Garcia vs Keith Thurman Purse Payouts: Both Garcia and Thurman fight under banner of “PBC” and never miss and oppertunity to praise their manager Al Haymon and rightly so. Danny Garcia has made over $4.25 million combined in his last three PBC fights which many believed were underwhelming matchups. While Keith Thurman has also made good money with each of his last three fights earning him disclosed purse of $1.5m each making it $4.5 million in combined purse.
Now both fighters are undefeated and at the peak of their careers they should be making around $4 to $5 million every fight but they will have to wait for such sums. As the things stand both will share a purse of $4 million in 50/50 split making it $2 million each for this Garcia-Thurman card.
|Danny Garcia||$2 million Guaranteed (Both fighters will share the $4 million purse in 50/50 split)|
|Keith Thurman||$2 million Guaranteed (This will be Thurman’s career best purse so far)|
Recent Purse History: Keith Thurman has earned $1.5 million in disclosed purse against Robert Guerrero. Another $1.5m against Luis Collazo and his most recent fight against Shawn Porter also earned him $1.5m making it $4.5m in combine purse in three recent outings.
Danny Garcia on the other hand has earned slightly less than Thurman in his recent three PBC fights. $1.5m (Peterson fight), $1.25m (Malignaggi fight), $1.5m (Guerrero) making it $4.25 million. He will be making career best $2 million just like Thurman in their next fight.