Spence Jr. vs. Garcia: How To Watch & More
It's finally here. After a year away from boxing due to a near-fatal car accident, Errol Spence Jr. stepped back in the ring against Danny Garcia to defend his Unified Welterweight Championships.
Here is everything you need to know about this titanic title fight available only on FOX Sports pay-per-view.
When and where was the fight?
The title fight took place Saturday, Dec. 5, in Spence's hometown of Dallas, Texas at AT&T Stadium, with the main card starting at 9 p.m. ET
How can I watch?
The fight is available through FOX Sports pay-per-view, and you can buy the fight right here now.
Who's the favorite?
As the reigning champion, Spence Jr. entered the fight as the favorite at -400 odds, according to FOX Bet.
Garcia was a +250 underdog, and a draw was going off at +2200.
How did we get here?
Spence entered the fight with a record of 26-0, with 21 of those wins by knockout.
His last fight against Shawn Porter in September 2019 resulted in a split decision victory that unified the IBF and WBC Welterweight titles.
Immediately after winning the fight, Garcia entered the ring and declared himself the next challenger for Spence's titles.
Garcia entered the fight with a record of 36-2, with 21 of those wins coming by knockout.
After losing to Shawn Porter in September 2018 by unanimous decision, a fight that was held for the vacant WBC Welterweight title, Garcia had gotten back on track to win his last two fights by TKO and unianimous decision.