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The IBF jr-welterweight world champion, Mikey Garcia is not daunted by the prospect of locking horns with the man who holds the same IBF title but at the 147 lbs limit. welterweight champion, Errol Spence Jr.

Many options have been presented to Garcia moving forward. 2017 saw Garcia weight hopping between 135 and 140 lbs.

He has options to either unify with Jorge Linares at lightweight, defend his IBF jr-welterweight title or even go in search of a fifth divisional world title in the welterweight division.

Garcia says he is enjoying the freedom of mapping out his own destiny.

“I have options at 135, 140 and 147. No other fighter has those options. I really enjoy the freedom in that,” Garcia said to Premier Boxing Champions.

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