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Mikey Garcia cemented his status as one of the standout talents in world boxing after moving to 38-0 this past weekend.

The decorated boxer-puncher captured his fourth world title against the previously undefeated Sergey Lipinets this past weekend.

Garcia looked crisp and accurate as he dropped and proceed to dismantle the former IBF jr-welterweight champion over 12 rounds.

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Reflecting on how he felt after stepping up to world championship level in his fourth weight class. Garcia claimed that he could feel more of a thud when his opponent would land to the head.

“I did feel the punches he landed to the head. You can feel the difference,” Garcia said about Lipinets.

“The game plan was to fight smart because he’s a strong, dangerous fighter, so I was looking to make the fight as easy as possible for me.”

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