Sergio Garcia, the Spanish professional boxer won the European super-welterweight belt in 2018. The professional boxer was born on October 9, 1992, and held the welterweight belt till 2021.
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Sergio Garcia Boxer| His Professional Career
At Maliao, Spain, on May 26, 2012, Sergio made his professional boxing debut against Celestino Chacon by knockout. In September 2013, Garca inked a promotional contract with Maravillabox Promotions after winning his first eight fights. On November 29, 2014, in Torrelavega, he earned domestic recognition by winning the vacant Spanish super welterweight championship.
Before then, during his ninth fight on October 25, 2013, in Castellón de la Plana, Spain, he defeated fellow countryman Raul Asencio through late TKO to win the vacant WBC Mundo Hispano super welterweight title.
For the competition in Torrelavega in November, Jose Manuel Lopez Clavero was stopped in the third round, giving Sergio the victory and improving his record to 16-0.
On June 4, 2016, he competed in Torrelavega against the Russian Pavel Mamontov for the WBC International super welterweight crown. Garcia prevailed via unanimous decision and was clearly the winner according to the judges’ scores.
Garcia advanced further when, on June 10, 2017, he triumphed in Barcelona over fellow countryman Isaac Real and took home the WBC Silver super welterweight title. Garcia prevailed via majority verdict in the match. On September 22, 2017, in Torrelavega, he successfully defended his WBC Silver championship; his rival, Felipe Moncelli, withdrew after the seventh round.
Sergio Garcia Boxer| European Super Welterweight Champion
For the vacant European super welterweight belt, Attou was abruptly replaced by Maxime Beaussire, a Frenchman. This was because, Attou was forced to pull out after sustaining a cut during practice. Otherwise, Zakaria Attou was supposed to challenge Garcia for the title.
On September 29, 2018, the fight took place in Torrelavega. Garcia prevailed handily by majority verdict once again.
Sergio reached an agreement to fight Ted Cheeseman, an outstanding British boxer, in the main event of the show on February 2 at The O2 Arena in London. Garca would thus be taking part in competition for the first instance in his professional career outside of his nation of origin.