Danny “Swift” Garcia will be taking on Brooklyns very own Paulie Malignaggi on 1st August 2015 as part of the Premier Boxing Championship to be broadcasted on ESPN starting at 09:00 PM ET. More details about the coverage can be found below.
Danny Garcia has not hit the levels he was expected when he defeated Amir Khan and Lucas Mattyesse, since than he has been fighting either no hopers or getting away with controversial decisions and now he is set to take on Paulie Malignaggi on 01 August 2015 at the Barclays Arena, Brooklyn, New York. A fight which is dubbed as must win for Garcia who will be relinquish one of his titles as he has not defended since March 2014 and was part of two back to back non-title fights.
Now he will be sharing the ring against Paulie Malignaggi who has kind of past it and on paper Danny Garcia should get the better of him but we all know that Garcia has troubles facing slick boxers and in Malignaggi he will face a determined slick boxers who has experience but at the tail end of his career.
The fight will headline the Premier Boxing Championship card on ESPN and there will be another quality fight between Daniel Jacobs vs Sergio Mora to get things start on 01 August 2015. Jacobs who hails from Brooklyn, New York will be defending his title against Sergio Mora who is on a hot streak winning 5 back to back fights.
Garcia vs Malignaggi TV Channels & Coverage:
This will be the second Premier Boxing Championship card on ESPN which will be broadcasted live on ESPN2 in United States started at 09:00 PM ET. While SkySports are likely to broadcast the card in United Kingdom (Not Confirmed yet)
But just like all major Boxing PPV and fight cards you can also watch the fight live through dedicated free streaming sites. We at totalSPORTEK will also post live links couple of hours before the fight with the ESPN coverage and couple of alternative streams before the start of mainevent. All you need to to is bookmark the site or this page and keep checking back closer to the date of the fight for updates. Live streams are usually placed 2 hours ahead of undercard fights and we also add alternative streams closer to the mainevent.