Garcia vs Redkach 2020: On Saturday, January 25th, SHOWTIME Sports will broadcast live three undercard matches in which there will be three undefeated prospects within the exciting undercard from Barclays Center, home of BROOKLYN BOXING ™. Two-time world champion Danny “Swift” Garcia.
Before the SHOWTIME telecast, the unbeaten super lightweight prospect Patrick Harris (18-0, 9 KOs) from Washington, DC, will take part in the Clay Burns (8-6-2, 4 KOs) in Alexandria, Louisiana, live. streaming offer at a SHOWING CHAMPIONSHIP in boxing at 7 pm ET / 4 pm PT. In another eighth round, Kishon Williams (6-0-1, 2 KOs) from Heights County, Maryland, will meet with Gaku Takahashi (16-10-1, 8 KOs) from Yuburi, Japan.
In a six-round opening match, a Baltimore-born and trained Calvin Ford undefeated middleweight champion Lorenzo “Truck” Simpson will play with Kansas City Antonio Louis Hernandez. COWTDOWN BOXING BOXING SHOWTIME are broadcast live on the SHOWTIME Sports YouTube channel and on the SHOWTIME Boxing boxing page on Facebook, leading to the SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING TV show at 21:00. ET / 6 PM Fri at the SHOW.
The event is led by Garcia’s two-division world champion when he returns to the ring to fight Ivan “El Terrible” Redka’s strong shot in the 12-round WBC welterweight bout. In a joint film, former 154-pound Swift champion Jarrett Hurd returns against versatile Francisco Chia Santana in a 10-round welterweight competition, plus sensational heavyweight champion Steven Cool Boy Steph Fulton will face unbeaten Arnold Hegay in the 12-round WBO Super Bantamweight title eliminator to open the TV show.
Brian Campbell and Luke Thomas are previewing and analyzing this evening’s SHOWTIME television show. Ray Flores will call the live undercard game “game by game” from the side of the ring next to Hall of Fame analyst Steve Farsudi. Tickets for the event promoted by TGB Promotions and DSG Promotions are already on sale and can be purchased on ticketmaster.com and barclayscenter.com.
Tickets can also be purchased at the American Express box office at the Barclays Center. Group discounts are available by calling 844-BKLYN-GP. Fulton vs. Hegai fight progresses in connection with Promotions Salita. Harris, 25, became a professional after a highly successful amateur career in 2014 and steadily increased his level of opposition to form his unbeatable resume.
The nephew of former two-division world champion Lamont Peterson and his brother Anthony Harris comes from a family of boxers. His father, Patrice “Boogie” Harris, is a renowned trainer at Headbangers Gym in Washington, DC. Smooth left-hander was active in 2019, fighting four times. He triumphed over Joachim Carneiro in November, and won in March thanks to a closing decision at an event that was called by his uncles. Williams, a 22-year-old promising player from Maryland, has won five consecutive fights since the split in just his second professional bout.
Williams will return to the Barclays Center for his second straight bout after he dismantled Mario Alberto Perez Navarro in the first round by TKO on the undercard of Adam Kovaki against Chris Arreola in August. 19-year-old left-hander Simpson has been an active young professional since his debut in December 2018, when he won five victories in 2019. Gavonta Davis Simpson, the unbeaten double lightweight stabilizer and current WBA lightweight champion, was a 12-time national champion and six-time Silver Glove champion as an amateur.
He honed his skills at Upton Boxing Center in West Baltimore under the supervision of his trainer Ford. The undercard rides are completed by Kenny Robles from Staten Island (7-1, 3 knockouts) in an eight-round heavyweight fight against Patterson, Ricky Edwards from New Jersey (12-4, 3 knockouts), heavyweight Stephen Torres (1-0, 1 by knockout from Reading, PA, will compete with Williamsville, New York Dakota Witkopf (1: 1, 1 KO) in a four-round duel and professional debut of the “Eastern Orange” Rajon Chance from New Jersey in a heavyweight four-man bout against Rockville, Akihiro Nakamura from Maryland (1: 0).