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[[official™Streams!]] Garcia vs Duarte Full Fight Live Free TV Broadcast on 2 December 2023

Garcia vs Duarte live stream: how to watch boxing online from anywhere, full fight card, start time. The big fight between Ryan Garcia vs Oscar Duarte will be a fascinating contest. KingRy is fighting at light welterweight for the first time following his first professional defeat to Gervonta Davis last time out and Duarte – nicknamed la Migraña, the Migraine – will be hoping to cause another headache for the social media star as he seeks a 12th straight stoppage. Don't miss it.

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The fallout from Garcia's defeat to Davis at a catchweight continues, more than six months on from their bout. The question over whether Garcia 'quit' or not after failing to rise from a body shot on the referee's count of 10 has raged, while he is in a legal dispute with his own promoters – Oscar de la Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions – over whether he can end their agreement.

Taking umbrage with something Golden Boy chief Bernard Hopkins said recently, Garcia spat back: "I'm just tired, like, how does your own team talk s**t about you?" For all the commercial appeal and social media followers Garcia has, he needs to focus on the task in hand and get back to winning ways against a tricky opponent, especially as he moves up to 140lbs for the the first time.

Duarte may not be the biggest name, but the Mexican-born American is battle-hardened and has fought twice this year already. The 27-year-old has stopped his last 11 opponents and has only one defeat on his resumé, a 2019 loss to Adrian Estrella for the vacant WBC Continental Americas lightweight.

Duarte has heavy hands and will look to get on the inside and target the Garcia body where there is a perceived weakness after that Tank Davis defeat. If he can avoid Garcia's lightning speed, then he has a puncher's chance, but KingRy still remains the favorite.

Garcia vs Duarte live stream

Date: Dec. 2

Location: Toyota Center - Houston, Texas

Start time: 8 p.m. ET

How to watch: DAZN

Garcia vs Duarte full fight card

Here's the official line-up for the action at the Toyota Center, Houston, Texas:

Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte; light welterweight

Floyd Schofield vs. Ricardo Lopez; Lightweight

Shane Mosley Jr. vs. Joshua Conley; Middleweight

Darius Fulghum vs. Pachino Hill; Light heavyweight

Asa Stevens vs. Dominique Griffin; Super bantamweight

Gael Cabrera vs. Alejandro Dominguez; Bantamweight

Sean Garcia vs. Joseph Johnson; Lightweight

Danilo Diez vs. Jorge Lopez; Super lightweight

Garcia was stopped by Gervonta Davis in a catchweight bout in April after suffering a body shot in Round 7, leading the 25-year-old to come under criticism for failing to continue.

He will look to silence his doubters tonight, as he returns to the ring but at a higher weight class, to face heavy-hitter Duarte.

American Garcia is a former interim lightweight champion whose standout win so far came against Luke Campbell, and he is moving up to super-lightweight here, where Duarte awaits. The Mexican, 27, is on an 11-fight streak of stoppage wins, following the sole loss of his pro career in 2019.

For junior welterweight superstar Ryan Garcia, just eight months removed from his first pro defeat, few could have expected Saturday's return to the ring would bring forth so much drama and controversy.

No, the 25-year-old social media sensation hasn't been beefing it up with his opponent, Mexican slugger Oscar Duarte (26-1-1, 21 KOs, whom Garcia will face off against inside the Toyota Center in Houston on Saturday. Nor has Garcia (23-1, 19 KOs) been found wasting too much time verbally sparring with his online critics or the legion of big-name opponent prospects who continue to call him out thinking his knockout loss to Gervonta Davis in April was some form of referendum as to why Garcia is more hype than substance.

Instead, Garcia's fight this week has been against his own team, Golden Boy Promotions, and the two key figureheads in founder Oscar De La Hoya and fellow Hall of Famer Bernard Hopkins.

In one sense, the escalation of their disagreement isn't much of a surprise, especially after the Golden Boy executives infamously skipped the post-fight press conference following Garcia's loss to Davis. The aftermath of that incident, which De La Hoya described as merely miscommunication, also saw "The Golden Boy" take shots at Garcia publicly about the much-ballyhooed hydration clause that the California native accepted in order to secure such a difficult-to-make superfight involving multiple networks.

The major surprise, at least this week, was how embolden the two sides have been in reactivating said beef, especially in public at Thursday's press conference, which saw De La Hoya make exaggerated faces in reaction to Garcia while standing behind him on the dais, just as the fighter ripped into both for being disloyal.

Sadly, the rift between Garcia and his promoters dates back multiple years. The fighter and promoter came to a 2019 impasse over money, only to see their seemingly fractured relationship temporarily fixed when Garcia re-signed with De La Hoya months later on a multi-year deal to extend his contract.

The talented 25-year-old had his undefeated record spoiled by Gervonta Davis in a seventh-round knockout loss in April. Now, Garcia will look to rebuild some of his appeal with a win over Oscar Duarte in a fight that will take place in Houston.

For Garcia, it's an opportunity to make adjustments after getting knocked out by Davis and keep his skills sharp. Given his social media presence and exciting style, he should be right back in the mix for bigger fights with a strong performance. To Garcia's credit, the 25-year-old has made some adjustments. He parted ways with former trainer Joe Goossen and sought out Derrick James, a former Trainer of the Year winner.

James has made a difference for Errol Spence Jr., Jermell Charlo and Anthony Joshua. The trainer switch also necessitated a move from Los Angles to Texas which could aid in the re-focusing that needs to take place for Garica to reach his potential. Garcia is a fairly large favorite here, but he isn't a prohibitive one. Most of the time, champion-level fighters are huge favorites in these type of matchups, but Garcia isn't getting that kind of respect.

Part of that is because Garica just doesn't have that kind of track record and he's coming off a brutal loss. Garcia got caught with a body shot that ended the fight in his loss to Davis but he was also down big on the scorecards. Duarte is not Tank Davis. However, the Mexican is a puncher with decent pop and Garcia is not an elite defensive fighter. His speed and physical gifts make him an exciting potential champion, but his aggressive style leaves him open to big shots.


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