Saturday night’s championship boxing match between Errol Spence Jr. and Mikey Garcia ended up being a one sided affair dominated by Spence, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t check out and enjoy that domination via these highlights direct from fight promoter PBC.
You can check out our Spence vs. Garcia round by round play by play here.
Spence defended his IBF world welterweight title for the third time against the much smaller Garcia, who moved up two weight classes to compete. The move did not work out well for the once undefeated 4 division champion, who struggled to get any significant offense off.
By the end of the fight the stats were 345 punches for Spence to Garcia’s 75. According to CompuBox, Garcia never managed to land more than 10 punches in a single round.
Final Punch Stats for #SpenceGarcia:— CompuBox (@CompuBox) March 17, 2019
Spence - 345/1082 (32%)
Garcia - 75/406 (20%)
*Spence landed (345) and threw (1082) career highs
*Most landed punches on Garcia in his career
Errol Spence is a machine -- throwing a fight-high 125 punches in Round 10 #SpenceGarcia— CompuBox (@CompuBox) March 17, 2019
Spence lands 51 punches in Round 9 -- the most ever landed on Mikey Garcia in his career #SpenceGarcia— CompuBox (@CompuBox) March 17, 2019
Next up for Errol Spence Jr.? Probably Manny Pacquiao. The Filipino legend was at the fight and got into the ring after to challenge Spence, and that usually doesn’t happen if their managers haven’t already started working out the details. While the crowd seemed mixed in their reaction to the potential fight, we don’t doubt it would perform well.