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Former Two-Division Champion Danny Garcia Battles All-Action Adrian Granados on Premier Boxing Champions on FOX

Former two-division world champion Danny “Swift” Garcia will battle hard-hitting veteran Adrian Granados in a 12-round welterweight bout that will headline the live prime time event presented by Premier Boxing Champions on FOX and FOX Deportes on Saturday, April 20 from Dignity Health Sports Park (formerly StubHub Center) in Carson, California.

March 17: Paddy Barnes, Vladimir Nikitin and Joseph Adorno Added to St. Patrick’s Day Card at Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden

Vladimir Nikitin and Irish sensation Michael “Mick” Conlan are on a collision course for a rematch of their quarterfinal bout from the 2016 Rio Olympics, won by Nikitin via highly controversial decision. Nikitin will fight Juan Tapia (8-2, 3 KOs) in a six-round featherweight bout on the undercard of Conlan’s 10-round featherweight tilt against Ruben Garcia Hernandez on Sunday, March 17 at Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden.

Crawford/ Khan Undercard: Teofimo Lopez, Shakur Stevenson and Felix Verdejo Ready to Crash Garden Party April 20

Before pound-for-pound king Terence “Bud” Crawford enters the ring to defend his WBO welterweight world title against Amir “King” Khan, a pair of 21-year-old wunderkinds — Teofimo Lopez and Shakur Stevenson — will look to steal the show in their respective co-feature bouts on ESPN PPV Saturday, April 20 at Madison Square Garden.

Ricardo Espinoza stops Ricardo Nunez in 10

An ecstatic crowd waited in anticipation from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel in Hollywood, Florida for the main event between Ricardo “Hindu” Espinoza (23-2-0-20ko’s) and Ricardo “El Matematico” Nunez (29-9-0-23ko’s) which did not disappoint. While almost seeming like the fight would go all ten rounds, Espinoza had other plans stopping Nunez at the beginning of round ten getting the technical knockout win. Espinoza was the favorite being WBO Latino champion and having 16 out of his 19 stoppages in three rounds or less. In his way was tough and rugged Nunez of Panama who came in four pounds heavier than the weight limit looking to pull off the upset.